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The Body as Archive: Using the senses to retell histories of Ireland

Irish historiography is at an exciting juncture. Historians have become more willing to write from a place of ambiguity and to question existing narratives of the state and society. Read more

Disruptive women: challenging traditional narratives of women, property and finance roles, 1740-1900

Traditional narratives about property and finance relegate the role of women to that of passive actor. Yet recent evidence from the Yorkshire Registers of Deeds challenges that accepted norm (Heggie, 2019 & BA Grant, 2021). Read more
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Inheriting Erasmus Darwin’s The Temple of Nature: Family History, Evolutionary Thought, and Public Debate

The project makes a timely contribution to research on science, poetry, and evolutionary theory through Erasmus Darwin’s pioneering philosophical poem The Temple of Nature (1803) while also further exploring the relationship between Erasmus and the legacies of his grandson, Charles Darwin. Read more

PhD Studentship – Collaborative Doctoral Award (AHRC Northern Bridge Doctoral Training Partnership): Museum Exhibitions ‘In Flight’: Displaying and Conserving Aircraft as Suspended Objects

In aviation museums, aircraft are displayed suspended from the ceiling to emphasise their dynamic nature. Some displays are permanent or long-term and costs prohibit the aircraft from being lowered to the ground from inspection, but they still need to be cared for. Read more

Museums and Migration

This PhD is open to candidates looking to explore the global phenomenon of migration and how museums can effectively respond to it in terms of their exhibitions, collections and public programmes. Read more

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