Historic England is delighted to announce our 2020 Call for Proposals for our AHRC funded Collaborative Doctoral Partnership (CDP) programme. The CDP programme provides funding for collaborative PhD studentship projects which support the work of our organisation.
Proposals for studentship projects should be made by a university based researcher in collaboration with a named member of staff from Historic England, who will act as the co-supervisor for the studentship. We are not looking for project ideas directly from potential students.
Proposals must match one of our published CDP Priority Research Areas 2020 and we encourage a range of proposals across these areas that can demonstrate academic originality, are appropriate for collaborative study at doctoral level, and fall into the AHRC subject remit. Proposals must also demonstrate they can provide career development opportunities for the student outside of the main research within the funded 4 year period.
The detailed CDP Priority Research Areas for this Call have been selected for their alignment with the Historic England Research Agenda.
The 2020 CDP Priority Research Areas are:
- #diversify – exploring diversity
- #understanding – place and place shaping
- #value – societal change and resilience
- #adapt – climate change and adaptation
- #inform – heritage and digital data
The deadline for proposals is 27th November 2020.
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