AHRC Phd studentships in History at the University of Roehampton
TECHNE is an AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership, a Consortium of 7 higher education institutions, including the University of Roehampton, based in London and the South-East of the UK. Over 5 years (2014-2019), TECHNE will award around 176 PhD studentships and 25 masters studentships at one of its partner institutions. For more information about the scheme and how to apply, go to:
The consortium as a whole will award 37 studentships and 5 masters studentships each year. There will be between 4-7 studentships available each year in ‘Group A’ which includes history.
The History Programme within the Department of Humanities welcome applications for PhD scholarships.
The deadline is 19 February 2014, by which time applicants should have submitted their applications using the TECHNE application form (Roehampton version). We strongly advise students to consult departmental staff on their research proposal before submitting an application. To do this, please contact the relevant staff members for your field of research:
Medieval history: Professor Trevor Dean, Dr. Andrew Wareham
Early modern history: Professor Glyn Parry, Dr. Sara Pennell, Dr. Ted Vallance
Modern history: Dr. Meg Arnot, Dr. Michael Brown, Dr. Carrie Hamilton, Dr. Krisztina Robert, Dr. Katharina Rowold, Professor John Tosh
Economic and Social History, (Pennell, Wareham); Gender history (Arnot, Hamilton, Robert, Rowold, Tosh), History of crime, (Arnot, Dean), Political and religious history, (Parry and Vallance), History of material culture (Pennell), History of science, medicine and technology (Brown, Pennell, Rowold), History and theory (Hamilton, Tosh), War, violence and history (Brown, Hamilton, Robert, Rowold, Vallance), History of ideas, (Parry, Vallance), Imperialism and colonisation (Brown, Tosh).
For more information on our areas of research interests in History, see:
Individual Staff Contact Details and Pages can also be found via the Roehampton website:
Dr. Ted Vallance
Reader in Early Modern History
Department of Humanities
Digby Stuart College
London SW15 5PH
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