Doctoral opportunites at the University of Brighton

The University of Brighton is announcing 16 studentships, one of which directly pertains to LGBTQ Lives with a possible focus on ageing. Details below. Please get in touch for more information. 

About this project 

We are offering the opportunity for a doctoral student to develop an innovative project that relates to understandings of contemporary queer lives by exploring interactions within LGBT populations and/or between LGBT and non-LGBT populations and how these relate to areas such as identity formation, community engagement/affiliation, minority political practices, and their implications for health and psychological well-being. 
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PhD Partnership to examine the discursive construction of age & ageing.

The British Library has been successful in applying for a Collaborative Doctoral Partnership (CDP) award from the AHRC. This award covers six doctoral studentships each year for three years, from 2013-2016. Each studentship will be jointly supervised by a member of the British Library curatorial staff and an academic from a Higher Education Institution, as with the existing CDA scheme. The
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