Ph.D.  Studentship in the History of Biology:

A  studentship is available  in the Centre for the History of Science,
Technology and Medicine at the University of Manchester (UK) for a
three-year project leading to a Ph.D.  The project  will focus upon
the history of cotton research (including entomology, genetics and
plant pathology)  in 20th century Britain.  The student will join a
small group of students who are working with Dr. Jonathan Harwood on
the  transformation of the biological sciences, ca. 1870-1940.

The studentship pays tuition fees and maintenance (initially 6650)
and will be awarded for one year in the first instance (renewable for
a further two).  Starting date is  negotiable.  Candidates should have
a good degree in science, history, or a related subject. Postgraduate
training in history of science and a knowledge of  biology would be an
advantage.  Applicants should  send a letter of application,
curriculum vitae, and the names of two  referees as soon as possible
to  Jonathan Harwood, CHSTM, Maths Tower, University of Manchester,
Manchester M13 9PL, UK.

Inquiries to Jonathan Harwood via email ([log in to unmask])
or  telephone [(44)(161) 275-5923] or  FAX: [(44)(161) 275-5699].
For general information see the Departmental website:
www.man.ac.uk/CHSTM