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AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnership (CDP) studentship – Towards an Archaeology of the Welfare State (1945-79)

Start date. 1st October 2022. Interviews will take place in early/mid-July. Durham University and MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology) are pleased to announce the availability of a fully funded Collaborative doctoral studentship from October 2022  under the AHRC’s . Read more

Air an Àirigh: Coimhearsnachd, caitheamh-beatha is mòinteach Nis (At the Sheiling: Community, Memory and the North Lewis Moors)

Help a Gaelic speaking community rediscover and reconnect with its recent past. For centuries, the community migrated annually with their livestock and grazed their herds on the interior of Lewis, a practice that continued in Lewis up until the later 1930s, longer than almost anywhere else in Scotland. Read more

School of Archaeology - Postgraduate Research Degrees

Oxford's School of Archaeology is one of the few departments in the world where so many diverse aspects of archaeological research are brought together to address critical questions about our past. Read more

AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnership (CDP) studentship - Radical Mudlarking? Reimagining the History of London as a Global City on the Thames Foreshore

This project will be co-supervised by Professor Alastair Owens and Dr Ed Legon (at Queen Mary) and Dr Claire Harris and Ruth Taylor (at Museum of London Archaeology, MOLA) and the student will be expected to spend time at both Queen Mary and MOLA as well as becoming part of the wider cohort of CDP funded students across the UK. Read more

Rethinking the “Wandering Tribes:” Navvies, mobile communities, and representing transient voices

This collaborative doctoral project, shared between the National Railway Museum in York and the Department of Archaeology at the University of York, focuses on the understudied figures of railway history – the navvies. . Read more

Domestic Slaves in Early Islamic Conceptions of the Past

This doctoral research project investigates and compares the portrayal of domestic slaves in early Islamic texts (those written in third century AH / ninth century AD) that interpreted the Islamic past. Read more

Clerics and Domestic Slavery in the Latin West, 400-600

This doctoral research project examines the relationship between the clergy of the Christian Church and the people enslaved within domestic contexts in the Latin-speaking West, AD 400–600. Read more

Archaeology - Postgraduate Research Opportunities

The University of Birmingham has a wide range of expertise in the field of . archaeology. We offer teaching and research supervision in prehistoric, classical, Byzantine, historical, landscape, funerary, and environmental archaeology, as well as Geographical Information Systems and field survey. Read more

Humanities in Lampeter Research

Established in 1822, Lampeter has a distinguished research tradition, which not only has a global perspective but also attends to contemporary concerns through research in theology and religious studies, history, classics, archaeology, anthropology and philosophy. Read more

Arts & Humanities PhD Opportunities with the University of Glasgow

The University of Glasgow is ranked in the World's Top 100 for Arts and Humanities (QS World Rankings 2022). Inspiring people in Scotland and across the world since 1451, we remain committed to delivering world-leading research, teaching, knowledge and support. Read more

Cultural Landscapes of the Templars in Britain

Aim. The Templars were the first military order founded in Jerusalem in the wake of the First Crusade and influenced the development of institutions throughout Medieval Europe. Read more

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