The TU Delft Department of Architecture calls for candidates for a full-time Doctoral Position offered within the framework of the research project ‘SECURING DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY; State Policies, Technological Surveillance and Spatial (Cross-)Boundary Practices’, initiated by the Border Conditions & Territories group. The position is partly supported by the Gerda Henkel Stiftung, under the Special Programme: SECURITY, SOCIETY AND THE STATES and has, as current participants: dr. Marc Schoonderbeek, Guillaume Guerrier, Oscar Rommens and John Hanna. The Doctoral Position offered will have to deal with Case Study 1 of the aforementioned research project, which is entitled ‘SECURING DEMOCRATIC PUBLIC SPACE; The ‘New Normal’ of Everyday Life. The Policy-Practice-Perception of Spatial Boundaries at Schumanplein/Brussels’.
Invitation: 5 March 2018 Submission: 3 April 2018 Interview and Presentation: 15 April 2018 Notification of Acceptance: 16 April 2018 Start of Research Work: May 2018 (subject to meeting our GS requirements) One-Year Peer-Review: May 2019 Completion: May 2022
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