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AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Awards

RGS-IBG and the Royal Society have been awarded an AHRC funded Collaborative Doctoral Partnership (CDP), which will support three doctoral studentships each year for three years from 2013.

Current AHRC supported Collaborative Doctoral Award (CDA) studentships at the Society:

Weather imaginaries

Jean de Pomereu, University of Exeter

Women in expeditions

Sarah Evans, University of the West of England

Lantern slides

Emily Hayes, University of Exeter

 

Armchair geography

Natalie Cox, University of Warwick

Expeditionary film

Jan Faull, Royal Holloway, University of London

Instruments

Jane Wess, University of Edinburgh

 

Family histories

Chandan Mahal, Queen Mary, University of London

Geography in dialogue

Ben Newman, Royal Holloway, University of London

Hidden histories

Lowri Jones, Royal Holloway, University of London


Do you have a potential project?

If you are an academic from a university with a potential project, or have an interest in discussing opportunities, please contact Dr Catherine Souch at RGS-IBG or Keith Moore at the Royal Society.

The 2015 call for proposals is now open: Call (PDF) | Guidance (PDF) | Application Form (MSWORD).

View details of AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Awards being offered by other CDPs.

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