Two new Phd Research Fellowships,Norway

Phd Research Fellowships, Theology of Mission and Religious Studies

The MHS School of Mission and Theology (Stavanger, Norway) will start up a four years research project on how migrants establish and create meanings in their encounters with Norwegian society (in particular Norwegian Christian traditions and the Norwegian welfare system). Linked to this project, two PhD Research Fellowship positions are now open: one in Theology of Mission and one in Religious Studies, both starting up August 1, 2015.

The MHS invites applications to two PhD Research Fellowship positions, one in Theology of Mission and one in Religious Studies. Both positions are linked to a research project directed by Professor Tomas Sundnes Drønen and Associate Professor Kari Storstein Haug: Cracks and in-betweens: Investigating religious and cultural gaps between the secular and the sacred.

For further info, see here.