Invisible Former inviting Scholarship 2019 for Ph.D students in the field of Agriculture for Australian Women, eligible candidates can apply before deadline at https://invisiblefarmer.net.au
Invisible Former Project is offering 2 Post Graduate Projects for Australian women, One scholarship will address the urgent need to document and interview women involved in the Australian Rural Women’s Movement and the second will contribute research intended to support government initiatives to increase the participation of women in decision making and leadership in agricultural and rural communities.
Both scholarships will involve a significant oral history component, The Invisible Farmer Project is the largest ever study of Australian women on the land, It will combine personal narratives and academic research to map the diverse, innovative and vital role of women in Australian agriculture, A creative partnership between rural communities, academics, government and cultural organisations, the project will.
- Create new histories of rural Australia
- Reveal the hidden stories of women on the land
- Learn about the diverse, innovative and vital role of women in agriculture
- Stimulate public discussions about contemporary issues facing rural Australia and its future
- Develop significant public collections that will enable far reaching outcomes in research, industry and public policy.
Invisible Former Projects Ph.D Scholarship 2019 Eligibility Criteria
Candidates would be required to meet the entry requirements of a PhD i.e, an honours degree (H2A and above) in History, or in related fields such as Gender studies, Heritage and Museum studies. The successful candidate will conduct research that draws upon archival material created during previous studies to document the history of the Australian Rural Women’s Movement.
They will also collect life history interviews to expand and develop existing collections. Using an innovative mix of oral history, digital technologies and material culture the candidate will contribute to the larger ARC funded project as it reframes the narrative of Australian history to highlight the role of women in food and fiber production.
Invisible Former Projects Ph.D Scholarships 2019 – Application Process
Candidates interested in applying for this Invisible Former Projects Ph.D Scholarship 2019 should forward their CVs, along with a 1-2 page document outlining formal qualifications, work experience and any other features that support the applicant’s suitability for candidature, to Dr Nikki Henningham via email at email@example.com.
The Invisible Former Projects, Australia has announced the Ph.D Scholarships 2019 application registration service will be closed on or before August 2019, for more and complete details visit at https://invisiblefarmer.net.au.