AHRC PhD Studentship
- Job Type
- Research & Teaching
- School of Geography
The School of Geography at the University of Nottingham invites expressions of interest for an AHRC doctoral studentship commencing September 2012. The deadline for applications to the School is 22 February 2012. Application forms are available through the University’s Graduate School website at
In the School of Geography, the Cultural and Historical Geography Research Group has particular research strengths in:
Landscape and Culture
Histories of Geographical Knowledge
Cultural Geography and the Visual Arts
Colonial and Post-Colonial Geographies
Historical Geographies of Disease and Health
Geographies of Performance
All applicants must fulfil relevant AHRC eligibility criteria. Studentships are available only to applicants from the UK and the EU. We welcome enquiries in all of these areas, and will be happy to discuss the detail of research proposals with applicants.
Details of research in the School are available on the website at www.nottingham.ac.uk/geography/research/index.aspx
Candidates should hold or be undertaking a relevant Masters degree, although equivalent professional experience may be considered appropriate.
Potential applicants should contact Mike Heffernan Mike.Heffernan@nottingham.ac.uk, Steve Legg Steve.Legg@nottingham.ac.uk, or the Postgraduate Administrator Andrea Payne, Andrea.Payne@nottingham.ac.uk on 0115 9515575 in the School of Geography with a CV, indicating their likely area of research interest.
Please note that the 'Apply Online' facility (below) is not available for this post.