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We seek outstanding candidates able to contribute and expand on one of the following themes:
● Crime, policing, or forensic medicine in Britain and Ireland from C17th to C20th (Katherine Watson)
● Intimate relationships, bodies, emotions, and material culture (Joanne Begiato)
● Race and eugenics, including eugenics and reproductive justice; eugenics and disability, and anti-traveller Roma/Traveller racism (Marius Turda)
● Modern British environmental history (1850 - onwards) and the governance of material resources and/or pollution (Tom Crook)
● Religion and belief (Andrew Spicer)
● Art and visual culture (Elizabeth Darling)
Interested applicants are strongly encouraged to contact the named individual for their primary enquiry.
The postgraduate community working in our faculty is a group of impressive and dynamic students who are leading the way in cutting-edge research. Oxford Brookes provides both a great place to study and an opportunity to belong to a doctoral learning community which nurtures excellence in research and scholarship.
Successful applicants will also access Faculty and University events and training sessions offered through our Doctoral Training Programme; we want the experience of joining in this academic community to represent an enriching and positive learning environment, involving membership of an intellectual community, with all the
opportunities for networking and collaborating that such connections afford.
The University has adopted equality, diversity and inclusion as core values. We welcome applications from suitably qualified candidates whatever their background, particularly from candidates who identify as BAME (Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic Groups).
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