Fee Waiver PhD Scholarships for Manuscript Study in early Judaism and Christianity
The Paratexts seeking Understanding project explores the ways that manuscript paratexts (titles, annotations, corrections, commentary etc.) influence the way people read and learn from texts in different media environments. We seek two full-time PhD students to work with Dr Garrick Allen as a primary supervisor to carry out research on manuscript traditions connected to the New Testament or other early Jewish and Christian literature. The scope, argument, and method of proposed projects are open. Paratexts seeking Understanding works closely with the Chester Beatty (Dublin); therefore, we invite projects that engage material in or represented by this collection, although projects that engage other manuscripts or materials will also be considered.
Successful candidates will join a dynamic research environment and partake in a larger scale project that explores manuscript cultures that preserve sacred texts from many religious traditions. Candidates are expected to reside in or near Glasgow and participate fully in the life of the project and Theology and Religious Studies at Glasgow more broadly.
Funding will cover tuition fees at the home/UK rate for 3 years full time.
International candidates will be liable for the difference in fees between the UK and International rate.