Funding is available for energy humanities projects that focus on visual culture. Contact me for further information.
The School of Modern Languages and Cultures at Durham University is inviting applications for TWO doctoral studentships for 2014 entry (starting October 2014). These awards are administered by Durham University and are offered thanks to support of the Newby Trust Ltd.
The studentships cover tuition fees at the home/EU rate (£3,900), a maintenance award of £13,726, and a small research travel fund. Studentships will be awarded initially for the first year of study, with the possibility of renewal for up to two further years, subject to receipt of good progress reports. All applications in fields for which we can provide expertise supervision will be considered, but we particularly welcome high-calibre applications in these three areas:
– The scientific humanities:research at the intersection between the ‘two cultures’ of the arts and sciences. This is supported in Durham by the Centre for Medical Humanities and…
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