1) AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Studentship: ‘Patronage and the Royal Navy, 1771-1815’
University College London -History
Applications are invited for a doctoral studentship tenable at University College London (UCL), in collaboration with the National Maritime Museum (NMM). This doctoral award is funded though the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) under its Collaborative Doctoral Partnerships scheme. The project will be supervised by Professor Stephen Conway, Head of the History Department at UCL, and Dr James Davey, Curator of Naval History at the NMM.
Using the Royal Navy as a case study, the successful candidate will be expected to utilise a wide variety of sources to examine the nature and broader meaning of patronage in late-eighteenth and early-nineteenth century Britain. At the project’s heart will be the collections of the NMM, with particular emphasis on recently acquired manuscript material that sheds considerable new light on this subject.
Closes 7 may
2) AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award: Imperial Thames: London, River and Empire, 1660-1830
Queen Mary, University of London
Applications are invited for an AHRC CDA studentship commencing autumn 2013 on Imperial Thames: London, River and Empire, 1660-1830. Supervised by Professor Markman Ellis, School of English and Drama, QMUL; Dr Margarette Lincoln, Deputy Director, National Maritime Museum; Professor Miles Ogborn, School of Geography, QMUL; and Dr Nigel Rigby, Head of Research, National Maritime Museum.
Closes 17 may