Study with the Digital History Research Centre
The University of Hertfordshire's Digital History Research Centre (DHRC) offers opportunities for students to bring together digital and historical research at MA by Research, PhD and postdoctoral level.
We were the first university in the UK to offer digital history courses at BA level. We offer expert research supervision in the following areas:
- Digital Public History
- Digital Material Culture
- Early Modern British History
- 18th and 19th century British History
- 20th century Irish History
We also offer a Professional Doctorate in Heritage, and provide a unique opportunity for students to drive the future agenda of digital history in the heritage sector.
Please Contact the DHRC if you wish to apply for to work with us in digital history. We are always happy to hear from excellent prospective MA and PhD students.
The DHRC is also one of the homes of the award-winning Programming Historian project, the world's flagship resource for learning and teaching digital research methods. Applicants interested in working on a project related to digital humanities pedagogy are also encouraged to contact us.
Funding / Financial Support:
Postdoctoral candidates can be supported in applications for the following:
- British Academy Fellowships
MA Research candidates should consult the government's MA funding: