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Mary Derrickson McCurdy Visiting Scholar At The Duke University Marine Laboratory, Beaufort, NC

Recharge while on sabbatical at the Duke Marine Laboratory. The Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University invites you to apply to become the Mary Derrickson McCurdy Visiting Scholar resident at the Marine Laboratory in Beaufort, on the North Carolina coast. The McCurdy Scholar will engage in the intellectual life of the Marine Laboratory, including research, teaching, and mentoring in an intimate world-class multidisciplinary research and teaching environment.

Research Assistants graduate program in the Department of Ecosystem Science & Management, Texas A&M University

Prof. Forrest Fleischman is recruiting masters and/or PhD students to work as research assistants on several projects related to forest policy, administrative decision-making, and the influence of institutions on human behaviour, in the graduate program in the Department of Ecosystem Science & Management in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Texas A&M University.

PhD position in Experimental Economics from the Institutional & Behavioural Economics Group - Centre for Tropical Marine Ecology

The Institutional & Behavioural Economics Group of the Centre for Tropical Marine Ecology is offering a PhD position in Experimental Economics.

The project is a comparative study about environmental immigrants in Ghana & Indonesia.

We want to learn something about time preferences, risk awareness, cooperation... Details are up to you.

The project will have a close collaboration with other disciplines, particular social anthropology.

Japan Copes with Calamity a new book by Peter Lang Press

Japan Copes with Calamity: Ethnographies of the Earthquake, Tsunami and Nuclear Disasters of 2011 is the new book published by Peter Lang Press and edited by Tom Gill (Professor of Social Anthropology, Meiji Gaukin University), Brigitte Steger (Senior Lecturer in Modern Japanese Studies, University of Cambridge) and David H. Slater (Associate Professor at Sophia University in Tokyo).

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