King’s College, Cambridge
The Nigel Glendinning Doctoral Studentship in Spanish Studies: Art and Literature of 17th and 18th century Spain was established in 2014 by King’s College, Cambridge and the CEEH in association with ARTES and the Glendinning family in memory of Nigel Glendinning (†2013), a great scholar of the Spanish Enlightenment and the life and work of Francisco de Goya.
It provides funding for a three- to four- year course of study. The funding available each year will be sufficient to cover tuition fees and maintenance costs plus an allowance for research and travel. Maintenance may be available in Year 4. In addition, funding will be available in Year 3 to host an international conference at King’s where the studentship-holder will be expected to present some of their thesis work.
Candidates should apply by 8 February 2019.