Funded PhD: Iron Age and Roman Settlements (KCL)

April 1st, 2015 by Gabriel Bodard

Professor Sir Richard Trainor doctoral studentship: ‘Settlement and connectivity in the English Channel: the Isle of Wight and its setting in the Iron Age and Roman periods.’

This project exploits the rich material record of Wight and its environs, with a particular focus on the abundant digital data recorded by the Portable Antiquities Scheme. It is to be supervised by Dr John Pearce (Classics), Dr Stuart Dunn (Department of Digital Humanities) and Dr Sam Moorhead (British Museum). Details of the studentship and the application process (deadline 1st May 2015) can be found on the Trainor Studentships webpage.

John Pearce (john.pearce@kcl.ac.uk) and Stuart Dunn (stuart.dunn@kcl.ac.uk) are happy to discuss the project with prospective applicants.

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