PhD Studentships in History and Geography
Dublin City University - School of History and Geography
Irish Students; UK Students, EU Students, International Students
€16,000 (£13,750 converted salary*) plus fee waiver (Total value €22000- €26,000)
13 March 2020
1 May 2020
The School of History and Geography at Dublin City University, ranked as one of the top 100 universities under 50 as per Times Higher Education, is a research active school in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Science.
Research and innovation are key features of the School’s activities. The School has a strong research track record in Irish and European history, the historical geography of Ireland, urban, social, regional and physical geography and geopolitics.
We are currently offering two full-time doctoral scholarships, and invite applicants who wish to undertake PhD research in the following areas:
- Irish History (political, social, gender; revolution and revolutionary movements; sport and leisure, religion, crime and punishment etc.);
- Environmental History;
- History of Science and Medicine;
- the history of childhood and youth;
- Modern European History (particularly the history of Eastern Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, political thought).
- Irish Urban or Rural Historical Geography;
- Social Geography;
- Irish glacial and fluvial geomorphology;
- Irish Water Resources;
- Remote Sensing for environmental monitoring and management;
- Geopolitics, in particular of the Middle East and North Africa;
- Climate change.
Outstanding candidates will be offered scholarships which cover all tuition fees (EU or non-EU), and provide an annual stipend for living expenses of €16,000 pa for up to 4 years subject to satisfactory annual progression.
Prospective applicants are advised to make informal contact with the member of staff whose research area covers their proposed doctoral work in advance of an application. For faculty research interests, see: https://www.dcu.ie/history_geography/people/index.shtml
Following informal consultation with the relevant staff member, applicants should complete the application form which can be downloaded below . Completed applications, accompanied by a CV, should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org Applications should be received by the closing date of 5pm on 1 May 2020. Only applications submitted using this form will be accepted.
Successful candidates will be required to apply formally to be admitted as PhD students by the University. They may also need to show proficiency in the English language. Successful candidates will begin their studies in late September 2020 and are normally expected to reside in Ireland for the duration of the programme.