La Universidad de Western Australia ofrece dos becas de Doctorado de Filosofía especializado en el área de ciencias sociales. Información aportada por Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice:

The University of Western Australia is pleased to announce two (2) PhD scholarships in the philosophy of the social sciences.  Each of these PhD scholarships will fund a student for up to three years to work under the supervision of Professor Rob Wilson in the School of Humanities on the ARC-funded project "Keeping Kinship in Mind".  Value: $Aus30 000 per year, plus tuition.  These scholarships are open to domestic and international students.  The broad area of the scholarship is "philosophical issues in the social sciences", but students with projects focused in the philosophy of anthropology and on topics relating to kinship more specifically will be preferred, other things being equal.  Students will work independently but will also benefit from being part of a local network of four (4) PhD students working in philosophy at UWA at the interface of the philosophy of biology and the social sciences, as well as an international network focused on ethnoscience led by Dr. David Ludwig at Wageningen University in The Netherlands.  There will also be opportunities for students to undertake local community engagement work, such as with the kids philosophy camp Eurekamp Oz! or in making contributions to expanding the widely used website EugenicsArchive.ca.  Applicants should have a first-class honours  or MA / MSc degree in philosophy, anthropology, sociology, biological sciences, or some related discipline.  The narrative proposal for Keeping Kinship is available to potential applicants upon request.  Please contact rob.wilson@uwa.edu.au in the first instance with an expression of interest.