Postgraduate Research: PhD
Christie's Education and History of Art are currently looking for highly motivated PhD students (with an MA or equivalent degree) in two main areas of study:
- English Medieval Art, its production and consumption including: manuscript studies, stained glass and wall painting studies as well as those qualified in textile conservation and technical art history
- Arts of China
PhDs will be supervised by staff in both locations: Christie's Education, London and the University of Glasgow.
Applicants must provide a one-page outline of the programme of research (around 500 words). You are advised to consult with the appropriate members of staff and potential supervisors at the University of Glasgow or Christie’s Education before submitting the initial outline.
You should apply using the Online Application System .
Kelvin Smith PhD Scholarship
The prestigious Lord Kelvin/Adam Smith Scholarship scheme was established in 2007 to support the development of innovative, boundary-crossing research at the University of Glasgow. The scheme supports new partnerships between members of staff and will offer outstanding research students both from home and abroad the opportunity to undertake doctoral training in the context of cutting edge interdisciplinary research projects.
Further information on the project, click here
- Dr Anita Quye Lecturer in Conservation Science, Centre for Textile Conservation and Technical Art History (project lead)
- Dr David France, Lecturer in Organic Synthetic Chemistry, School of Chemistry (Co Supervisor)
- Lesley Richmond, Director/Senior Research Fellow, University of Glasgow Archive Services (Project Partner and Advisor)
How to Apply
To apply please contact: Dr Anita Quye
For more information on the Kelvin Smith Scholarships click here.
Deadline for Applications: 1 June 2012
Interviews will be held before 18 June 2012