Castle Research Fellowship
Castle Visiting Research Fellowships are designed to facilitate the academic study of Durham Castle, now home to University College. The aim is to further the knowledge and appreciation of this key part of Durham's UNESCO World Heritage Site. Applications are welcome from both academics and research students on any aspect of the Castle which will further knowledge of this historic building. These Fellowships are held during College vacation periods, and provide accommodation only, with the length of stay to be agreed with the College.
Applications are particularly welcome from individuals working with departments and scholars linked to IMEMS; the final decision on candidates rests with the Master of University College, following discussion with the Castle Curator and any other relevant parties.
Initial interest and informal enquiries should be directed to: Dr Richard Lawrie, Assistant to the Master of University College.