Funding Opportunity

AHRC network on health and social care prioritisation and funding (University of Liverpool, 15th June 2015)

Medicine, markets and morals (MMM) is a multi-disciplinary research network on health and social care prioritisation and funding, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), led by Dr Lucy Frith (Liverpool) and Professor Cam Donaldson (Glasgow Caledonian University). The debate over health care funding in England is changing Read more…


Doctoral Studentship: ‘Representing Communities: Developing the Creative Power of People to Improve Health and Well-being’ at University of Leeds

A funding opportunity at the University of Leeds for someone wanting to do PhD research on how questions of community health and wellbeing interact with twentieth-century literary fictions. The doctoral researcher will conduct an in-depth study of health and wellbeing as they are conceptualised, contextualised and interrogated in contemporary (mid-late Read more…


AHRC Launches Science in Culture Website

The UK Arts and Humanities Research Council has recently launched a new website for its Science in Culture Theme. There is a web page for each of the Exploratory Awards, Research Networks and Fellowships which have received funding to date, together with news of further grant awards and events.

Funding Opportunity

Are you or your students thinking of a doctorate in medical humanities? Apply to study at the Centre for Medical Humanities!

ARE YOU OR YOUR STUDENTS THINKING OF A DOCTORATE IN MEDICAL HUMANITIES?   The Durham Centre for Medical Humanities is keen to support applications to the University’s various sources of funding for students holding, or expecting to hold, a first degree at 2:i level in relevant disciplines across the humanities, social Read more…

Centre for Medical Humanities