PhD Studentship: Community health and wellbeing in contemporary British fiction and culture, University of Leeds

Posted on December 18th, 2013 by Hannah Tweed

A fully funded PhD studentship, to start in February, as part of an AHRC-ESRC funded project under the Connected Communities research programme has just been announced. Full details are available here. The student will work on a topic entitled ‘Community health and wellbeing in contemporary British fiction and culture’, and will be based in the School of English, University of Leeds. It is part of the ‘Representing Communities: Developing the Creative Power of People to Improve Health and Well-being’ project. This studentship would suit a student with a background in English Studies and an interest in contemporary British fiction and/or health/medical humanities.

Please circulate widely! Potential applicants are warmly encouraged to contact Clare Barker for further information.

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