Two MA positions on Aquaculture Community Dynamics in Atlantic Canada (Dr. Charlie Mather)

February 28 2018

Successful MA applicants will be joining a large multi-year, multi-disciplinary research project focusing on coastal community – aquaculture dynamics in Atlantic Canada. Projects include but are not limited to commercial fishery – aquaculture interactions, community responses to farmed salmon escapes, the political economy of aquaculture feed, and social license and aquaculture. These fully funded 2-year positions include a generous stipend, and support for field work and participation at a local or international conference. The project involves a team of geographers, sociologists, political scientists and anthropologists who are working on aquaculture community dynamics through the frameworks of science and technology studies (STS) and global political economy. Interested applicants should contact Charlie Mather ( for more details about the position and the application process.