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Theology & Religious Studies PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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AHRC PhD Studentships 2022-23 entry

 . The University of the Highlands and Islands is seeking outstanding applicants for a select number of Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funded doctoral studentships in the following subject areas. Read more

Art, Cultural and Intellectual History

Register your interest now. Undertaking doctoral research allows you to develop in-depth knowledge, while making a meaningful contribution to your chosen field. Read more

The Hugh Goddard PhD Studentship: Inter-Religious Relations in a Globalised Muslim World

The HRH Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Centre for the Study of Islam in the Contemporary World at the University of Edinburgh is offering The Hugh Goddard PhD Studentship in Inter-Religious Relations in a Globalised Muslim World, for a January 2022 start. Read more

Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures

The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures brings together academic Schools and Institutes specialising in a wide range of research areas. Read more

Understanding Cultural Legal Studies: Interrogating Legal Meanings in Artistic and Popular Culture

Emerging out of traditions of law and literature, critical legal studies, and law and popular culture, cultural legal studies is an international field that has recently emerged at the cutting edge of the interdisciplinary study of law. Read more

Revealing Abledment: Ableism and the Body Politic

Studies in Ableism (SiA) is now a recognised sub-specialism of critical disability studies and focuses on ways that abledment (the process of being/becoming ‘abled’) is located within societal processes and practices. Read more

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