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University of Winchester Announces PhD Fellowship in History of Women’s Education

The University of Winchester announces a 3 year funded PhD project is for research into the British Federation of University Women (now British Federation of Women Graduates) 1920-1960 and their Sybil Campbell Library Collection, which is held at the University of Winchester. The project may consider changes in women’s employment, education and public engagement up to the emergence of the second wave feminist movement. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to the intellectual life of the Research Centre for the History of Women’s Education.  Dr Stephanie Spencer (DOS) and Professor Joyce Goodman (2nd Supervisor). Please contact Dr Spencer for more information about this project, or PGRadmin@winchester.ac.uk for more information about the studentship.

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