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Dear all,

Please could you share details of this opportunity to work with the
Shakespeare Birthplace Trust collections with anyone who may be interested:

This is a full-time research fellowship for a fixed term of two years. The
postdoctoral fellow will work with Dr Tara Hamling and colleagues in the
Centre for Reformation and Early Modern Studies (CREMS) in the Department
of History, University of Birmingham and in collaboration with the
Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Stratford-upon-Avon (SBT). The post will
serve two associated functions:

1. To support, enhance and extend activities leading to Impact associated
with the History Department’s ongoing knowledge exchange partnership with
the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust’s Collections Department. This role will
involve identifying and implementing opportunities for new access and
interpretation around the SBT collections.

2. To contribute knowledge to inform funding bids for large research
projects utilising the range of historical materials held by the SBT and
their heritage implications, building on previous grants held in
partnership with the SBT (AHRC Collaborate Doctorate 2010-13) and scoping
exercises (AHRC Digital Transformations Scoping Study: ‘Digital CoPs and
Robbers: Communities of Practice and the Transformation of Research’ 2012).

Full details are available here:
http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/ANK297/research-fellow-material-heritage-of-shakespeare-and-stratford-upon-avon/
Closing date is 10 May 2016 and the expected start date of the post is
September 2016.

Kind regards,

*Paul Taylor*



*Head of Collections *The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust
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Visit our website at www.shakespeare.org.uk


Celebrating 400 years of Shakespeare around the world

Visit our anniversary website: www.shakespeareliveshere.co.uk

[image: SBT_Logo_Institutional JPG.jpg]

Registered Charity No. 209302

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