Our blog posts are mostly written by researchers funded by the North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership or involved with its events.
Fondazione Giorgio Cini have announced new scholarship opportunities for doctoral and post-doctoral researchers to contribute to their programming in Venice. On offer are seven scholarships for interdisciplinary projects in the field of Humanities to cover...
The North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership is one of 10 consortia to share more than £170 million in funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).
The AHRC NWCDTP is inviting applications for Innovation Placements.
NWCDTP Annual Conference 2018 – Call for papers deadline extended until Friday 17th August.
In conjunction with the Claude Debussy in 2018: a Centenary Celebration Conference at the Royal Northern College of Music, I was involved in organising an RMA (Royal Musical Association) Training Day for composers in March.
We are excited to announce that additional funding is now available to develop REAlab Researcher-Led Projects and collaborative research projects with our 2018 cultural partners.
Call out for participants.
This post is part of a series by DevoCulture in the North PGR Policy Correspondents. DevoCulture in the North aims to provide a critical space for civic, cultural and academic partners.
Kerrie McGiveron is a first year PhD candidate at the University of Liverpool. Her research interests include New Left activism, second-wave feminism and specifically left-wing radical group Big Flame.
Emily Lynn is a NWCDTP funded first year PhD researcher in the Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion at Lancaster University. Her research focuses on the intersection between faith and the public welfare activities of faith-based organisations.