ICS: Antarctic Cities
The Institute for Culture and Society is the largest dedicated research concentration of its kind in Australia. The Institute researches transformations in culture and society in the context of contemporary global change. It champions collaborative engaged research in the humanities and social sciences for a globalizing digital age. Our aim is to carry out innovative interdisciplinary research into continuities and transformations in culture and society in a way that contributes to understanding and shaping contemporary local and global life. This approach involves being reflexively engaged both with the world and in understanding the conditions and limits of its own knowledge practices.
We are now seeking a highly motivated PhD student to contribute to a new Australian Research Council Linkage project Antarctic Cities and the Global Commons: Rethinking the Gateways. Click here for details.