PhD Scholarship: The Right-Wing Press and the British World, 1780-1830
An exciting opportunity is available for this PhD Scholarship funded as part of the Monash Warwick Alliance. The studentship will be jointly supervised by Professor David Lambert (Warwick) and Professor Gordon Pentland (Monash).
For full details and how to apply visit Jobs at Monash. Closing Date: Sunday 3 September 2023, 11:55pm AEST
Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence good news!
Congratulations to James Poskett and Niels Boender for making the 2023 shortlist for the Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence (Arts Faculty & PGR). Well deserved recognition of brilliant teaching! The winners will be announced on 27 June 2023.
Fully-Funded PhD Studentship (fees and maintenance) to be held at the Department of History, University of Warwick
Metallic Empire: Science, Energy, and Industrial Imperialism in the John Percy Collection, 1817–89
AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnership PhD Studentship
University of Warwick and Science Museum, London
Applications are invited for a fully-funded PhD studentship (fees and maintenance) to be held at the Department of History, University of Warwick and the Science Museum, London. The studentship is funded through the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s Science Museums and Archives Consortium Collaborative Doctoral Partnership (CDP) scheme. The project will be supervised jointly by Dr James Poskett (Warwick), Dr Katayoun Shafiee (Warwick), Dr Richard Dunn (Science Museum), and Mr Ben Russell (Science Museum). Deadline for Applications: Friday 29th April 2022, 17:00 (BST)
Applications for a fully funded collaborative doctoral award are now open. The award funded by the AHRC via the Midlands4Cities Doctoral Training Partnership will start in October 2022. The Department of History has partnered with the Parliamentary Archives to offer a project on 'Contested sexualities: love, desire and the institution of Parliament in the long nineteenth century'. In addition to the PhD research the successful candidate will also gain experience and training in contributing to outreach activities, public engagement and diversity work for the Parliamentary Archives in London and in the Midlands. For more information please contact Professor Sarah Richardson and see here.
Sue Lemos wins the Olivette Otele Paper Prize for her paper on Queering Black Politics: The Black Lesbian and Gay Centre (Project) in London, 1980s-1990s