Jobs and studentships
The Midlands 3 Cities Doctoral Training Partnership will be awarding 410 AHRC PhD studentships over a five-year period to excellent research students in the arts and humanities. This is a new collaboration between the University of Leicester, the University of Nottingham, the University of Birmingham, De Montfort University, Nottingham Trent University and Birmingham City University.
Invitation for applications to "The Centre for Public History and Museum and Heritage Management", History and Heritage, Nottingham Trent University.
Purcell are seeking an enthusiastic and competent Historic Researcher to join a growing Heritage Consultancy Team in their London studio. Reporting to the Senior Heritage Consultant, the Historic Researcher will undertake research and assessment of buildings and sites within the historic environment. This will involve contribution of historic research and text to documents such as Conservation Management Plans, Historic Buildings Appraisals and Impact Assessments.
Level 2 point 10 on the University of London scale (£19,148pa inclusive of London Allowance; pay award pending)
Since its foundation in 1921, The Institute of Historical Research (IHR) has been an important resource and meeting place for researchers from all over the world. Full details of its extensive range of activities and services can be found at www.history.ac.uk.
Applications are invited for a PhD Studentship to undertake research on selected bishoprics in the archdiocese of Nidaros between 1250 and the Reformation. The Studentship will be held at the University of Aberdeen, beginning on the 1st of January 2014. The PhD student will be attached to The Centre for Scandinavian Studies, School of Divinity, History and Philosophy, College of Arts and Social Sciences at The University of Aberdeen.
Household Cures and Female Charity: The Welfare and Well-Being of the Estate, supervised by Dr Elizabeth Hurren, Reader in Medical Humanities
This PhD will explore how charitable provision and medical care was managed by the leading Montagu women, predominantly in Northamptonshire, and to some extent elsewhere on the 25 other Montagu/Buccleuch landholdings, by the close of the long-18th century.