A new studentship opportunity, in collaboration with the University of Cambridge

A new studentship opportunity, in collaboration with the University of Cambridge

The BSR is pleased to announce a new, fully-funded studentship, in collaboration with the Italian Section of the Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages and Linguistics, at the University of Cambridge.

Postwar Rome 1944-1951: Transnational flows and the culture of occupation and reconstruction

Applications are invited for this Open-Oxford-Cambridge AHRC DTP-funded Collaborative Doctoral Award in the 20th-century cultural history of Italy, focussed on the period of Allied occupation and reconstruction of the city of Rome following World War Two. The appointed student will have the opportunity to spend three months at the BSR in their second year, with accommodation costs covered by the BSR and the Cambridge Italian Section.

This fully-funded studentship is available from October 2022. The deadline for applications is 6 January 2022 (12:00am, midnight, UK time).

For the project overview, and details on how to apply, click here.

Allied Forces in Rome, June 1944. Tanner (Capt), War Office official photographer. © Imperial War Museum on the IWM Non Commercial Licence.

Latest News

Latest News

We are now accepting applications for the Postgraduate Course in Roman Epigraphy 2022. This biennial course is designed for postgraduates
Dr Beatrice Fochetti has recently been named a Research Fellow at the BSR. Her project, 'Archaeological research on the central
We are delighted that our latest events programme is now live. The programme, which runs from January to March, features
The Naughton Gallery, Belfast, is currently hosting a solo exhibition by John Rainey, based on work made at the BSR
The work of BSR alumni Barbara Walker (The Bridget Riley Fellow 2020–1) and Denzil Forrester (Rome Scholar in Painting 1984–5)
Congratulations to Serena Alessi (Rome Fellow 2016–17), who was recently appointed as the new Director of the Italian Cultural Institute
Visitors to this year's Royal Academy Summer Exhibition will encounter works by a multitude of BSR alumni, including those listed
Congratulations to the following BSR alumni who were awarded a Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship in the 2020–1 and 2021–2
An interview with Freya Dooley, Creative Wales–BSR Fellow, in which she speaks about the work she has produced during her residency
An interview with Ruaidhri Ryan, Augusta Scholar, in which he speaks about the work he has produced during his residency at

Search