ISA logo

ISA Home
Contact us
Code of Ethics
Internal Organization
Executive Committee
ISA Past Presidents
Research Committees
Working Groups
Thematic Groups
Collective Members
ISA World Congresses of Sociology
ISA Forums of Sociology
ISA Conferences of the Council of National Associations
Publication Opportunities
Job openings
Junior Sociologists Activities
Policy on Accesibility
Individual Members
Collective Members
International Sociology
International Sociology Reviews
Current Sociology
SAGE Studies in International Sociology
ISA Edited Texts
ISA eSymposium


SAGE Sociology Full-Text Collection

SAGE Research Methods

Books of the Century
Regional Volumes
History of ISA
ISA Newsletter/Bulletin Archive
New Books by ISA Members

International Sociological Association

Grants | Courses | Prizes


Post-doctoral Fellowships at the Center for the Study of Violence
University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Applications: September 30, 2013

Post-doctoral fellowships opportunities at the Center for the Study of Violence

Program: Building Democracy Daily: human rights, violence and institutional trust (CEPID-FAPESP)

The Center for the Study of Violence of the University of São Paulo is selecting eight post-doctoral fellows to develop research projects in the referred program, with duration of one to three years.

The objective of the research program is to analyze how the legitimacy of key institutions for democracy is constructed or jeopardized, by exploring the contacts between citizens and civil servants from local public services in representative areas of the city of São Paulo. The study will have a longitudinal nature, in order to enable a deeper comprehension of the phenomena and changes through time.

The post-doctoral (PD) fellows, from areas in the human sciences such as sociology, political science, anthropology, social psychology, urban studies, law etc., are expected to lead theoretical and empirical research in the program, aside from other regular activities such as the organizing seminars, preparing papers, supervising undergraduate students, disseminating research results and cooperating with the educational projects.

Application deadline: September 30th, 2013.

For further information on the specific research themes and requirements for application, please visit









International Sociological Association