The Gender in the Humanities Research Group is a cross-faculty interdisciplinary group established in 1992, which explores gender issues in representation, texts and cultural production, and which has published two collectively authored texts of which the most recent is Women, Scholarship and Criticism, eds. Bellamy, Laurence and Perry. Co-chaired by Professor Gill Perry, the group organises a programme of seminars, gallery visits and conferences, including collaborative seminar days.
We welcome applications in areas which correspond to current staff research interests. We look for detailed and well thought-out proposals, which set out specific research questions and outline the originality of your topic or approach. If you would like to discuss your ideas informally before submitting an application, please contact the department.