All eight faculties at Lund University offer third cycle studies, including the Faculty of Social Sciences. Research studies are an important part of the University’s mandate and responsibility, and as a doctoral student – as research students are called – you are an important part of research at Lund University.
The Department of Sociology runs research studies in the subjects of sociology, social anthropology and education. Around thirty doctoral students work at the department and we normally admit new doctoral students once a year. For more information on research studies, consult the Handbook.
When there is a PhD-position open, you will find information on Lund University web page for Online Job Vacancies.
David Wästerfors, Director of Research Studies
Current PhD-courses at the department
PhD-courses given at the Department of Sociology Spring 2019
Relational Sociology, Modern Theory
7,5 higher education credits, third cycle
Reading PhD-courses at the department
- Beyond Nature vs. Nurture: Sociology, Evolution, and Economics integrated
- Constructionism, Ethnomethodology and Institutional Ethnography
- Gender, Inequalities and the Welfare State
- Minor Classics from Sociological Criminology and Deviance
- Modern and contemporary texts in gender and feminist theory
- Modern Sociological Theory, Syllabus, Schedule and literature
- On Concepts
- Political Criminology
- Reconstructing Constructionalism
- Social Control
- Sociologal Criminology: Crime, Deviance, And Criminals
- Sustainability and Sociology
- The Sociology of Quantification
- Time: Sociological Perspectives