NEW FULLY FUNDED DPHIL SCHOLARSHIP: Research to support teachers with their teaching of the complex topics of empire, migration and belonging
Friday, December 17, 2021
We’re delighted to announce a new fully funded collaborative doctoral scholarship, based within Oxford University’s Department of Education, which will support study into teaching of Empire, Migration and Belonging in schools.
The chosen doctoral student will work closely with the Empire, Migration and Belonging research project group and produce an original research study which explores a critical dimension of a key aspect of issues related to Empire, Migration and Belonging in schools. Research proposals are sought that will contribute to empirical work with either pupils or students.
Applications for the scholarship open on the 10th January and must be made by the 21st of January 2022.
The Empire, Migration and Belonging research project, a collaboration between University of Oxford and UCL, is primarily focussed on supporting school teachers to teach the complex topics of empire, migration and belonging. The key aims of the research project are to offer a nuanced picture of the debates related to themes and illuminate how these debates play out with teachers and young people in order to better understand the professional development needs of teachers.