AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award 2008

 

The Courtauld Institute of Art and the British Museum Department of Prints & Drawings are offering a three-year doctoral studentship to undertake doctoral research on a topic based on the broad theme of 'Early Printmaking in Florence: Origins, Forms and Function'. The student will be supervised jointly by Dr Mark McDonald, Curator of  Old Master Prints and Spanish Drawings at the British Museum and Professor Patricia Rubin at the Courtauld Institute. The student will be enrolled in the Courtauld Institute doctoral programme and will have an office space in the Department of Prints and Drawings with staff privileges and full access to the collections under the guidance of Dr McDonald.

 

Applications for this studentship are to be made to the Courtauld Institute of Art. In addition to the application form, applications must include a research proposal of no more than 500 words, an academic transcript, two letters of recommendation and letters from the proposed supervisors evaluating the proposal. Completed applications are due Friday 16 May 2008. Interviews of selected applicants will be on 5 June.