AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Studentship: North American Indigenous Languages in the British Library’s Post 1850 Collections
The British Library and the University of Hull are pleased to invite applications for a Collaborative Doctoral Partnership PhD Studentship, starting from 1 October 2019. This doctoral award is funded through the Arts and Humanities Research Council under its Collaborative Doctoral Programme. Close 5 August 2019
British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowships: Expressions of Interest
We are seeking expressions of interest from Early Career Researchers who are planning an application for the October 2019 Outline Stage of the British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship scheme. Fields include North American indigenous history, treaties and intercultural diplomacy, environmental history, and contemporary indigenous rights and law. We are particularly interested in candidates with interests in digital humanities, who can see applications for their research in areas highlighted by UKRI delivery plans. You will be joining an established and expanding research cluster, with an extensive network of academic and institutional partners, and a successful record of competitive grant capture and exciting plans for the next 5 years.
Your EoI should include: 1) a 2 page c.v. and list of publications, awards and funding, 2) a 300 word pitch of your proposed topic. Please email both elements as a single PDF document by the 9th of August 2019. Submit EoI.