The PhD program aims to enhance curatorial and anthropological methodologies for collections interrogation and to challenge the part of museums in a post-colonial world.
The successful scholars will receive a studentship covering fees and providing a stipend of £15,009 p.a. For more information, interested apprentices can read the details given below.
Aspirants will be considered only when they meet the given criteria:
Students must have a master’s qualification, or be working towards a master’s qualification, or international equivalent, with evidence of first-class/distinction-level research. Applicants without a master’s qualification may be considered on an exceptional basis provided they hold a first-class undergraduate degree (or international equivalent).
Applicants with a non-traditional background may be considered provided they can demonstrate substantial equivalent and relevant experience that has prepared them to undertake their proposed course of study.
How to Apply
Please make an online application for this project at http://www.bris.ac.uk/pg-howtoapply. Please select Anthropology and Archaeology PhD on the Programme Choice page. You will be prompted to enter details of the studentship in the Funding and Research Details sections of the form.
Application deadline: October 17, 2019