Two fully-funded PhD studentships in History of Science and Medicine

We are delighted to announce two fully-funded PhD studentships in the history of science and medicine.

Funding is available for two exciting PhD projects, in collaboration with The National Archives and British Library, through the AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnership scheme.

These projects may appeal to students with backgrounds in history of science, technology, and medicine; social history; science and technology studies.

 "Reconstructing BSE: The Phillips Report, apportionment of blame, and state-individual relations in the making of a modern crisis"

In collaboration with The National Archives

Supervisors: Dr James Stark, Dr Dan Gilfoyle, and Professor Graeme Gooday

"The Working Life of Scientists: Exploring the Culture of Scientific Research through the Personal Archive of Donald Michie"

In collaboration with the British Library

Supervisors: Professor Gregory Radick and Jonathan Pledge

You can find out more about how to apply on our funding and scholarships pages.