Jobs and studentships
A fully-funded PhD studentship is available to work on the case-study of Portugal (1933-1974) as part of the research team working on the ERC-funded project 'Dictatorship as experience: a comparative history of everyday life and the lived experience of dictatorship in Mediterranean Europe (1922-1975)', under the supervision of the Principal Investigator, Dr Kate Ferris.
We are the principal subject association for architectural history in the UK. We are open to anyone who shares our aims and interests. We offer scholarships for PhD/DPhil study, in an annual competition.
Have you have already been accepted by a UK university department with your research proposal? Our funding follows the annual rate of maintenance set as the National Minimum Doctoral Stipend by Research Councils UK. We do not offer an award for university fees.
The Layers of London project will create a ground-breaking interactive online map through an extensive programme of public engagement and crowd-sourcing, resulting in a dynamic website allowing users to explore and engage with London’s history. The prototype website can be seen here: alpha.layersoflondon.org
The National Archives, the National Maritime Museum, and Durham University are pleased to invite applications for a three-year (or part-time equivalent) AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnership PhD Studentship. This is available for a student to begin research from October 2018 and tenable at Durham University in close collaboration with The National Archives and the National Maritime Museum (which is part of Royal Museums Greenwich). This doctoral award is funded through the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) under its Collaborative Doctoral Partnership programme.
Internship at Boughton House & Lamport Hall Northamptonshire A Masters study Internship has been created by the Buccleuch Living Heritage Trust and Lamport Hall Preservation Trust. It is designed to assist a Masters student at the University of Leicester reading for one of the MA programmes offered by the Department of History. There will be both financial support and practical experience working in an historic house on a country estate. The aim is to improve research on the wider landed estate in rural life and the heritage sector.