Sir Richard Trainor Scholarship at King’s College London

King’s College London invites applications for Sir Richard Trainor Scholarship for postgraduate research into ‘Waterways: Arts, Culture and Practice’. The Scholarship (of £15, 000 a year for three years) will support PhD research, under the supervision of Professor Clare Lees (English) and second supervisor, Dr Alex Loftus (Geography) in partnership with the Canal & River Trust. This is an exciting opportunity for a postgraduate researcher to develop expertise in the public and contemporary arts alongside their PhD research. Candidates with research training and interests in Anglo-Saxon and medieval culture are very much encouraged to apply.

Please note that candidates must apply for the PhD programme in English at King’s College London to be considered for this Scholarship.

Further details here. The deadline is 12pm on 29 February 2016.

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