British Sporting and Animal Art, 1760-1840: A Critical History of its Production, Reception, Collection and Display
The University of East Anglia, in partnership with Tate, is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified applicant for a full-time collaborative PhD studentship critically re-evaluating the history of sporting and animal art in late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century Britain, for three years commencing 1 October 2014.
PhD Studentships 2014-15
The Faculty of Arts and Humanities is pleased to announce Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funding as partners of the Consortium for Humanities and the Arts South-East (CHASE). CHASE is matching AHRC funding of £17m, will be awarding over 375 AHRC-studentships over a five year period starting in the academic year 2014/15 and is delighted to offer up to 75 studentships for September 2014 entry.
AHRC doctoral studentships are available to UK and EU residents:
- UK residents' awards consist of fees and maintenance
- EU residents' awards are on a fees-only basis.
Areas of study
- American Studies
- Film, Television and Media Studies
- Language and Communication Studies
- Translation Studies
- Literature, Drama and Creative Writing
- Political, Social and International Studies
- Art History and World Art Studies
How to apply for PhD Studentships
- Information on the University and CHASE AHRC studentships available in 2015/16 will be published here in November 2014.
- If you have a query about the application procedure, contact the Graduate School Office, email firstname.lastname@example.org or tel +44 (0)1603 591709.
- If you have any queries about CHASE AHRC studentships, please email email@example.com.
Please visit the web pages for further details about Studentships offered by individual Schools of study within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.