Bourses de recherche doctorales, Université de Kent

Le Département d’études religieuses de l’Université du Kent offre des bourses de recherche doctorales.The Department of Religious Studies at the University of Kent invites applications for those wishing to apply for fully-funded doctoral studentships (covering fees and a maintenance stipend) for those wishing to begin their research in 2015/16.

Applicants for doctoral study in the Department are eligible to apply for AHRC doctoral funding through the CHASE consortium ( Those wishing to be considered for an AHRC studentship should submit a full application to study for a PhD at Kent by 14th January 2015 and are strongly encouraged to contact potential supervisors in the Department as soon as possible to discuss the suitability of their proposed project. It is expected that the Department will also be able to propose applicants for Graduate Teaching Assistant scholarships within the School of European Culture and Languages for which candidates who submit applications by this January deadline will also be considered.
The Department of Religious Studies at Kent is recognised as a leading centre in the UK for the study of contemporary religion. It has held two national-level training programme awards from the AHRC to support the development of advanced research skills in the study of religion and its recently funded doctoral students have a strong track record of going on to post-doctoral positions after completion of their PhD’s.
Further details of staff research interests are available at
The Department would be particularly interested in projects exploring urban religion; global Christianities; women and religion; religion and education; the cultural sociology of the sacred; cultural memory and the involvement of religious organizations in historic injustice; and religion and childhood. Particular opportunities may exist for those beginning their research in 2015/16 to study mother and baby units in post-independence Ireland.
Gordon Lynch
Michael Ramsey Professor of Modern Theology
Department of Religious Studies
School of European Culture and Languages
University of Kent
Canterbury, Kent

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A.-L. Zwilling (2014, 10 novembre). Bourses de recherche doctorales, Université de Kent. sociorel. Consulté le 21 mai 2024, à l’adresse

Auteur/autrice : A.-L. Zwilling

Ingénieure de recherche CNRS hors classe HdR, membre de l'unité mixte de recherche "Droit, religion, entreprise et société" (UMR 7354, CNRS/Université de Strasbourg). Directrice, notamment, du projet international EUREL, informations sur l'état juridique et sociologique des religions en Europe (

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