Tag: PhD Funding

Funding | The Hansen Trust PhD Scholarship in History

Deadline 31st Oct 2017 About The History Program at The University of Melbourne is at the forefront of teaching and research internationally. The Hansen Trust has been established to support innovation and excellence in History at Melbourne and to provide students with an outstanding education: to open pathways into great careers and graduate opportunities; to underline the continuing relevance and importance of history; and to nurture and engage community passion for this important field of study. Benefits $30,000 per year for the length of a full-time PhD candidature A key feature of the scholarship is a mentoring program that provides valuable experience in tertiary teaching and the promotion of History to the community. Eligibility The successful applicant must meet the Entry Requirements for the full-time PhD Arts (https://handbook.unimelb.edu.au/courses/dr-philart) and have received a minimum result of first class Honours in the…

Funding | The Judith Neilson Scholarship in Contemporary Art

The Judith Neilson Scholarship in Contemporary Art has been established to support the study of contemporary Chinese art in its global contexts. The Scholarship provides support for full-time doctoral study to be undertaken through the Department of Art History at the University of Sydney. We invite applications from highly motivated individuals interested in engaging deeply with issues related to contemporary Chinese art, global art cultures, and transcultural studies. Prospective students must possess demonstrable research skills, high proficiency in writing in English, and academic experience in one or more of the following fields: art history and theory, Chinese studies, visual culture, and/or curatorial studies. Proficiency in Chinese is strongly preferred. Applications that demonstrate potential for engagement with the White Rabbit Collection are encouraged. Prospective applicants are encouraged to contact Dr Stephen Whiteman (stephen.whiteman@sydney.edu.au) with questions and expressions of interest. For further…

Jobs, Funding, Calls for Papers | Art History and Curatorship | 17th June 2016

Jobs Australia and New Zealand Curator, Australian National Museum, Canberra – deadline 30th June 2016 Curatorial and Collections Manager, University of Wollongong Art Collection – deadline 3rd July 2016 Registrar, Grade 2 (Project Manager), Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS), Sydney – deadline 3rd July 2016 Senior Editor/Writer, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa – deadline 24th June 2016 International Teaching Fellow in History of Art, University of Edinburgh – deadline 22nd June 2016 Professor of Art, Bard College Berlin, A Liberal Arts University – deadline 15th September 2016 Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Museum, Gallery and Heritage Education, University College London – deadline 12th July 2016 Lecturer in Art History in the 16th and 17th Centuries (Teaching Focused), The University of Manchester – deadline 23rd June 2016 Deputy Head of Birmingham School of Art, Birmingham City University – deadline 4th July 2016 Senior Lecturer, Goldsmiths, University of London…

Jobs, Funding, Calls for Papers | Art History and Curatorship | January 15th 2016

Jobs and Long Term Fellowships Funded PhD to examine the changing nature of the designed public space in Melbourne from 1850, Melbourne School of Design (University of Melbourne and Museum of Victoria) – deadline 22nd February 2016 Postdoctoral Fellowship in Modern and Contemporary Art History and Postdoctoral Fellowship in Virtual Culture, Phillips Collection and the University of Maryland – deadline 15th February 2016 Lecturer in Visual Arts, University of the West Indies – Faculty of Humanities and Education, Department of Creative & Festival Arts – deadline 23rd January 2016 Associate Professorship in Fine Art, in association with a Tutorship and Official Fellowship at Brasenose College, University of Oxford – Ruskin School of Art – deadline 12th February 2016 Senior Research Fellow (Games and Visual Effects), University of Hertfordshire – School of Creative Arts – deadline 7th February 2016 Lecturer in American Art…

Fellowship | Spiros Zournazis Memorial Fellowship at the Australian War Memorial

The Spiros Zournazis Memorial Fellowship has been initiated to support research into the Australian War Memorial’s extensive art collection by early career scholars. The Fellowship is open to honours or postgraduate students undertaking a thesis as part of their degree, or those who have completed a PhD since January 2012. Fellows are free to determine their own course of research provided it focuses primarily on the Memorial’s art collection. Scholars working in the fields of art history, cultural studies, museology, sociology and related disciplines may apply. Research projects that demonstrate methodological innovation will be considered favourably. The Fellowship is four weeks in duration and the recipient will be awarded return airfares to Canberra (from within Australia), accommodation in a studio apartment at the Gorman Arts Centre and a stipend of $2000 to cover other expenses. The Fellowship also includes a…