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New British Library PhD Studentship on ‘The Printed Image 1750-1850’

We are pleased to announce another fully funded PhD studentship for 2014 entry!

This studentship on ‘The Printed Image 1750-1850: towards a Digital History of Printed Book Illustration’ is a collaborative award with the University of Sheffield and the British Library.

Visual culture was transformed by changes in printing technology in the 100 years after 1750. Supervised jointly by Dr Karen Harvey (Sheffield) and Dr James Baker (British Library) this digital humanities project rethinks why, how, and in what ways technology shaped the nature and meaning of book illustration between the mid-eighteenth and mid-nineteenth century.

Deadline: Friday 11 July 2014

Supervisors: Dr Karen Harvey (Sheffield) and Dr James Baker (British Library)

Find out more and apply here.