AHRC International Placements Scheme

The International Placement Scheme (IPS) is an annual programme providing Research Fellowships to AHRC/ESRC-funded doctoral students, early career researchers and doctoral-level research assistants. WRoCAH students have been very successful in securing additional funding for research for projects through this scheme.

The purpose is to provide early career researchers (ECR), doctoral level research assistants and AHRC/ESRC funded doctoral students with dedicated access to the internationally renowned collections/ programmes/ expertise held at the IPS institutions. These IPS institutions are seven world-leading, international institutions:

To find out more about the scheme, visit the AHRC’s website pages here.

  • List of WRoCAH students who have been successful
  • Read more from previous students who have completed International Placements under the scheme

 


2017 International Placements

Laura Murphy
School of English
University of Sheffield
Huntington Library, California, USA
  Catherine Evans
School of English
University of Sheffield
Huntington Library, California, USA
  Madeleine Schurch
Department of English and Related Literature
University of York
Huntington Library, California, USA
  Martha Cattell
Department of History of Art
University of York
 Yale Center for British Art, Connecticut, USA
  Joe Rollins
Department of English and Related Literature
University of York
 Harry Ransom Center, Austin, Texas, USA

 

 

2016 International Placements

Megan Henvey
Department of History of Art
University of York
Library of Congress, Washington DC, USA
Adam Sammut
Department of History of Art
University of York
Library of Congress, Washington DC, USA
Michael Bennett
Department of History
University of Sheffield
Huntington Library, California, USA
Thomas Bromwell
Department of History of Art
University of York
Yale Center for British Art, Connecticut, USA