The Ecology, Evolution, Environment & Society (EEES) graduate program at Dartmouth College (New Hampshire, United States) seeks applicants for fully-funded PhD study in political ecology and/or environmental anthropology to begin in September 2023. Candidates interested in pursuing critical qualitative research on the relationships between race, radicalization, and the environment; political ecologies of health; green economies; energy transitions; environmental justice, broadly defined; or science and technology studies (STS) are especially welcome to apply. Candidates should have a demonstrated capacity for independent, original inquiry and a commitment to interdisciplinary methods and analytical frameworks. A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree or significant coursework in one of the environmental social sciences (e.g., geography, environmental studies, anthropology, or environmental/rural sociology) is preferable, but not required, as is relevant research and/or professional experience.
To learn more about the program please visit the EEES homepage and to submit an application, please see the Dartmouth School of Graduate and Advanced Studies site. If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Professors Abigail Neely (firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or Maron Greenleaf (email@example.com).