PhD Studentship: Archiving and Historicising the Feminist Anti-Violence Movement in Scotland

PhD Studentship: Archiving and Historicising the Feminist Anti-Violence Movement in Scotland

Issued: Wed, 20 May 2015 20:57:00 BST

The Centre for Gender and Feminist Studies, the Centre for Gender History and Glasgow Women’s Library, are pleased to invite applications for this three-year, fully-funded PhD studentship (fees and subsistence at current AHRC UK/EU rates).

Funded by the Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities, the University of Stirling and the University of Glasgow, this is an Applied Research Collaboration Studentship, through which the successful applicant will both produce a conventional PhD thesis, and gain experience in collaborative working and applied research with Glasgow Women’s Library as the external partner.

Potential applicants are welcome to contact Prof. Karen Boyle (karen.boyle@stir.ac.uk) informally with any questions they may have. Further information on the studentship and on the application procedure is available here Further Particulars - Feminist Anti-Violence Movement.

Deadline for applications: 4pm Friday 5thJune 2015. Interviews for the position will be held on the morning of Wednesday 17th June in Glasgow.