Funded PhD Studentship Opportunities in Medical Humanities at Newcastle University

November, 2018

American Association for the History of Science

Newcastle University hosts a flourishing multidisciplinary medical humanities research network, involving participants from History; English Literature; Fine Arts; Creative Arts; Modern Languages; Archaeology; Classics; Music Studies; Media, Culture and Heritage; Sociology; Health and Society; Medical Education; Bioethics, and Marketing and Business.

New Castle University, UK.

We have collaborators in the University’s Library and Special Collections, which contains a rich array of source materials that could be used for medical humanities research.

 We are pleased to announce that the AHRC Northern Bridge Consortium for Doctoral Training Partnership (NBCDTP) annual studentship competition has launched (, and invite individuals interested in pursuing medical humanities doctoral research at Newcastle to consider applying for funding under this scheme.

The NBCDTP provides tuition fees and £14,777 per annum funding for 42 months.

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