AHRC Studentship Art History and Curating

Liverpool Hope University’s Faculty of Arts and Humanities invites high-quality proposals from applicants for an AHRC-funded studentship for a Professional Preparation Masters (MA Art History and Curating) tenable from 1 October 2013.

The studentship is available to either full-time or part-time students who will receive a maintenance stipend at least equal to the AHRC minimum rate, tuition fees, and access to additional allowances (where applicable).

The MA in Art History and Curating offers a theoretical and critical approach to the study of art history and curatorial practice. Focusing mainly, but not exclusively, on the modern period (19th and 20th centuries), the programme addresses key developments in art and art history up to the present day, as well as offering theoretical and practical training in the field of museum studies and curating.

Applicants should hold at least a good undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline and meet all other eligibility criteria. Full details of the applications process, including the application deadline, and further points of contact can be found at: www.hope.ac.uk/ahrc by clicking on the Apply button below.

Closing date: Monday 20 May 2013

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