The Department of Economics at Trinity College Dublin seeks applications for two funded PhD studentships, as part of the Centre for Economics, Policy and History (CEPH), a new Government of Ireland-funded centre of excellence that links economic historians at Trinity College Dublin with Queen’s University Belfast. Successful candidates will be based in Dublin and, as part of the terms and funding of this scholarship, they will be expected to make an extended research visit to Belfast.
The two studentships are fully-funded for three years, covering all fees and providing a stipend. This stipend will support work towards a PhD, awarded on the basis of original research presented in a written thesis. The studentships are intended to support research into a substantive area of economic history under the supervision of one of the CEPH PIs (Prof Gaia Narciso, Prof Ronan Lyons, and Prof Marvin Suesse).
A 4-year Doctoral Research Scholarship in Economic History, starting in September 2023, is available at the Economic History Department of the University of Barcelona.
The PhD candidate will write a dissertation in the context of a research project on “State capacity in Latin America (1870-2020): indicators, causes and consequences”, coordinated by Drs. Sergio Espuelas and Alfonso Herranz-Loncan.
A Doctoral Research Fellowship (SKO 1017) in History is available at the Department of Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History (IAKH), University of Oslo.
The position is associated with the Research Group "History of Capitalism" , which offers exceptional opportunities to study the early modern and modern history of Europe in the world.
Applications are invited for two three-year Postdoctoral Research Fellowships at the Centre for History and Economics in Paris (CHE-P), Sciences Po, starting on 1 September 2023.
The postdoctoral fellowship, open to early career scholars, is to be awarded for twelve months’ residence, study, and research at Harvard Business School. The fellowship has two purposes. The first is to enable scholars who have already demonstrated an engagement with business history broadly defined to deepen their knowledge of teaching pedagogy and research methods in the discipline. The fellow will have the opportunity to contribute to course development in MBA and doctoral courses in business history. They will also take part in a weekly research seminar in the fall of each year in which leading scholars from around the world present their work. The second purpose is to enable an early career scholar to develop their work in the discipline. The fellow is encouraged to submit an article to Business History Review during their fellowship year. They might also organize a research conference on a subject related to their research. Applicants are expected to hold a PhD by the time of the start of the fellowship.
The University of Illinois Foundation announces the 2022-2023 John Rovensky Fellowships. Two $10,200 fellowships will be awarded for doctoral students writing their dissertations in U.S. business or economic history. The fellowships are available largely through the generosity of the late John E. Rovensky and are administered by the University of Illinois Foundation. Awardees may use the fellowship concurrently with other funding sources, including grants or teaching assignments.
The American School of Classical Studies at Athens is pleased to announce the academic programs and fellowships for the 2022-2023 academic year at the Gennadius Library. Opened in 1926 with 26,000 volumes from diplomat and bibliophile Joannes Gennadius, the Gennadius Library now holds a richly diverse collection of over 146,000 books and rare bindings, archives, manuscripts, and works of art illuminating the Hellenic tradition and neighboring cultures. The Library has become an internationally renowned center for the study of Greek history, literature, and art, especially from the Byzantine period to modern times.