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Post-Doctoral Fellowships in Photography Studies

This from Andrea Noble at the University of Durham (UK):

I’m writing to see if you happen to know of any candidates eligible to apply for a Newton Fellowship that would enable them to come to the UK to work on a photography-related project at the Durham Centre for Advanced Photography Studies (DCAPS). This seems like an exciting opportunity for 2-years postdoctoral research experience in the UK. Newton Fellowships provide grant of £24,000 per annum to cover subsistence and £8,000 to cover research expenses, plus a one-off relocation allowance. Additionally, as part of the scheme, all Newton Fellows who remain in research will be granted a 10-year follow-up funding package worth £6,000 per annum. I’m forwarding further details of the scheme (below) and would be very grateful if you could bring it to the attention of (ex) graduate students (up to 6 years postdoc) working in a photography-related field who might be interested.
Full details can be found at:

I’d be happy to field any questions, so please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Professor Andrea Noble
School of Modern Languages and Cultures
Durham University
Elvet Riverside
00 44 (0)191 334 3428


Post-Doctoral Fellowships in Photography Studies


3 Responses

  1. Titus Heagins says

    I am interested in the fellowship. Please write to inform me as how to apply. I am in Durham, NC, USA. Are you only looking for PH.D’s as I have an AB from Duke University and an MFA from University of Michigan.
    Titus Brooks Heagins

  2. l g patel says

    iam looking good reseach oppurtunity in the field of photography with visual arts base, i completed my doctrole studies in the field of visual arts-sclpture at kannada university hampi, ballary, karnataka, india.

  3. kkbolar says

    I am looking Visual art based photography fellowship , I am working as a photojournalist in one the National news Paper in Bangalore, karnataka, india

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