English Heritage and its University partners are currently recruiting for 3 collaborative PhD studentships, funded by the AHRC through the Collaborative Doctoral Partnerships (CDP) scheme; to commence in October 2014.
These studentships are fully funded by the AHRC and will be jointly supervised by a University supervisor and an English Heritage supervisor.
The 3 studentships currently available are:
- Ploughzone archaeology: interpreting loss of data from metal artefact decay (rates, reasons and conservation management implications)
- Westminster on Sea: the political and cultural significance of Osborne House, Isle of Wight
- English Office Buildings c.1900 – 1939