Posted on 25 February 2016
Dr Mark Roodhouse will co-supervise a new, fully funded ESRC PhD studentship, Crime, Innovation and Mobility: Transport Migration and Policing in England, 1750-1950. The studentship will cover tuition fees at the UK/EU rate and provide an annual maintenance stipend at the standard UK research rate (£14,296 in 2016-17). It is available as either 1+3 (full-time Masters and PhD) or +3 (full-time PhD) depending on the level of experience of the applicant.
The studentship is one of three announced by the White Rose Doctoral Training Centre (comprising the universities of York, Leeds and Sheffield), and is part of the ‘Comparative Historical Perspectives on Crime, Innovation and Social Change' network. More information about the network, and the other studentships announced, is available on the White Rose website.
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