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Princeton University | Postdoctoral Fellowship 2018-21

We seek a diverse and international pool of applicants and especially welcome candidates from underrepresented backgrounds. We hope you will encourage outstanding graduate students to apply—those now finishing their Ph.D., and those who received their degree after January 1, 2016

17th July 2017

NCRM courses - 2017/18

Please see the new course listings from the National Centre for Research Methods.

14th July 2017

Postgrads Against Slavery: Ideas to Impact Workshop

We will be hosting a one-day postgraduate symposium in Liverpool on Friday October 6th 2017. Hosted by the AHRC’s Anti-Slavery Usable Past and the Centre for the Study of International Slavery, this interdisciplinary workshop will explore and reflect on the research of the next generation of antislavery scholars and the contribution that we can make to contemporary efforts to end the enslavement of 46 million people worldwide.

4th July 2017

Joseph Banks: Science, Culture and Exploration, 1743-1820

With Keynote Speakers Professor David Igler (University of California, Irvine) and Professor Kapil Raj (Centre Alexandre-Koyré, Paris), and other speakers from a range of disciplines, the conference reflects new research on the global contexts of Banks’s interests, influence and legacies.

27th June 2017

Sir William Luce Fund

The Fellowship is awarded annually to a scholar at post-doctoral level, diplomat, politician, or business executive, working on those parts of the Middle East to which Sir William Luce devoted his working life (Iran, the Gulf states, South Arabia and Sudan), and is hosted by Durham University during the Easter term of each academic year.

21st June 2017

Life Beyond the PhD

Our annual ‘Life Beyond the PhD’ conference is a unique celebration of the postgraduate research culture in the UK. Now in its 10th year, the conference invites PhD students and early career researchers to share their experiences, take part in training, and explore the value of doctoral research in an inclusive and supportive environment. 

12th April 2017

ReSkIn Spring Programme

ReSkIN is a seminar and support scheme for PhD students working in the field of Art History and Visual Culture.

24th February 2017

The Brilliant Club

The Brilliant Club is an award-winning charity that recruits, trains and pays doctoral and post-doctoral researchers to deliver programmes of university-style teaching to small tutorial groups of high-performing pupils in schools that serve disadvantaged communities.

10th October 2016

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