DEL-funded Strategic Doctoral Studentship at Queen’s University Belfast

The School of History and Anthropology, Queen’s University Belfast, is offering a full-time 3-year DEL-funded PhD Studentship on the topic: ‘Representing the Troubles: Contested histories, critical museology and conflict exhibitions'. The project will be supervised by Dr Fearghal McGarry (History) and Dr Debbie Lisle (Politics) and includes an opportunity to avail of the opportunity to collaborate with the Ulster Museum through an internship contributing to the further development of its Troubles gallery.

Applications are welcomed from well-qualified candidates who will be able to begin the studentship in September 2014. Candidates should have a good primary or higher degree in History, Politics or a cognate subject and hold, or be completing, a Masters-level degree in History, Politics or a cognate subject. Applicants must be ordinarily resident in the UK to qualify for a full (fees and maintenance) award, or ordinarily resident in another EU country to qualify for a fees-only award.

For further details and application procedures, go to http://www.qub.ac.uk/schools/SchoolofHistoryandAnthropology/ProspectiveStudents/PostgraduateFeesandFunding/DELStudentshipsStrategicResearchProjects/

15 Jan 2014