Three new AHRC PhD studentships offered through ‘The Future of Holocaust Memory’ network
A new network on ‘The Future of Holocaust Memory’ is offering three fully-funded PhD studentships (fees and maintenance) through the White Rose College of the Arts and Humanities (WRoCAH), the consortium that oversees the allocation of AHRC funding for postgraduate research in the universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York.
The studentships will focus on the following topics:
- The emergence of Holocaust memory in francophone North Africa and the Middle East
- The emergence of Holocaust memory in central and eastern Europe
- Presenting and preserving Holocaust testimony in the post-survivor era
The supervisors involved are Professor Max Silverman and Dr Matthew Boswell (University of Leeds); Professor Sue Vice and Dr Daniel Lee (University of Sheffield); and Dr Lisa Peschel and Dr Hugo Service (University of York).
Applications must be received by 8 May 2017 for studentships starting in October 2017. Full information is available via the WRoCAH website: http://wrocah.ac.uk/new-student/networks/.