Fully-funded PhD Studentship: September 2019

By Martin Wilcox | 14 May 2019

The North of England Consortium for Arts and Humanities, led by the University of Hull, invites high-quality proposals from applicants for a PhD studentship tenable for three years from 1 October 2019 at the University of Bradford. All students will undertake common cohort-based postgraduate training in research impact, public engagement, entrepreneurship and digital humanities, and…

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PhD Funding Opportunities

By Martin Wilcox | 13 December 2018

The North of England Consortium for Arts and Humanities, led by the University of Hull, invites high-quality proposals from applicants for up to 6 PhD studentships tenable for three years from 1 October 2019. Applicants apply to the Consortium and successful candidates are admitted to the university with the most appropriate supervision, with co-supervision at…

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About

The North of England Consortium for Arts and Humanities is coordinated by the History Department at the University of Hull and consists of Bradford, Huddersfield, Hull, Leeds Beckett, Sheffield Hallam and Teesside universities.

The Consortium was established in 2014 to deliver doctoral training, widen access to Masters provision and to promote research across all arts and humanities disciplines.

Major disciplines and fields currently represented in NECAH include:

  • Archaeology
  • Art and Design
  • Creative Writing
  • Cultural Studies
  • Digital Arts and New Media
  • Drama and Performing Arts
  • English Language and Literature
  • Film
  • Gender Studies
  • History
  • Journalism
  • Media Studies
  • Music

The Consortium embraces an inclusive, open-ended approach to Arts and Humanities research, and has designed structures intended to maximise cross-fertilisation and open dissemination of innovative ideas and good practice. However, we also believe that there is strength in the combination of different institutions, with individual missions and research specialisms, since it is through this diversity that new ideas and approaches will emerge. Each member brings recognised strengths in one or more key fields of research expertise and doctoral training. These strengths are supplemented by additional expertise complimenting that at other member institutions.

Partners

The North of England Consortium for Arts and Humanities is a collaboration between a number of institutions.

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Leeds Beckett University
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Sheffield Hallam University
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