PhD Scholarship Maritime Sculpture, University of Hull
A 3-year, full-time PhD studentship is available to work on the project ‘Maritime Sculpture and its Contexts’ from 1 October 2012. This award has been funded by generous donations by graduates of the University of Hull.
This project would address any aspect of maritime history and sculpture in the period c.1700-1900, and welcomes applicants with research interests in the following areas: ship sculpture and the decoration of sea-going vessels; maritime woodcarving and its traditions; the sculpture of coastal towns and cities; and sculptors of maritime subject matter in both the Royal and Merchant Navies.
Applicants should normally have a Masters qualification in a relevant humanities discipline and at least a 2i degree in a cognate subject at undergraduate level.
The awards include full fees (at Home/EU rate) and an annual maintenance grant of £14,440 plus an additional £3000 annual budget for travel and research expenses. The applicant must be a UK or EU national, and satisfy UK residency requirements.
Informal enquiries may be addressed to Professor Alison Yarrington, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences a.yarrington(at)hull.ac.uk
To apply, please complete a University of Hull Postgraduate Studies application form by 30 June https://www2.hull.ac.uk/fass/pdf/Postgrad%20Application%20form3.pdf
The Dean's Office
Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences
University of Hull
Quelle: H-ArtHist, 15.05.2012