CDA PhD studentship at QMUL and the Geffrye Museum

The deadline has been extended to 13 April 2015 for the AHRC CDA PhD studentship on ‘New spiritualities and domestic life, c.1855-1939’ (see attached). This is one of four AHRC CDA studentships on ‘Home and religion: space, practice and community in London from the seventeenth century to the present,’ in collaboration between Queen Mary University of London and The Geffrye Museum of the Home. The PhD will be supervised by Rhodri Hayward (History, QMUL), Suzanne Hobson (English, QMUL), Emma Hardy (Geffrye Museum) and Janice Welch (Geffrye Museum). Interviews will be held on 29 April. You’ll find further details on the attached poster.

Please could you pass on this information to any current or past MA students who might be interested in applying.

CDA PhD studentship