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The Arts and Humanities Research Council is a national funding agency supporting both arts and humanities research. It receives public funding of approximately £98m per annum to fund research which includes some 700 research awards, 2,000 postgraduate scholarships, and numerous knowledge transfer awards.
The council supports AHRC funded PhD students to work for three months at POST.
The AHRC policy placements are now open for application. For more information about the fellowship and to apply visit the RCUK website. The closing date is 10 August 2017. You can also keep in touch with fellowship opportunities by following us on Twitter.
The POSTnote briefings written by AHRC funded fellows are available for download.
POSTnote 512 - Unintentional Bias in Courts
POSTnote 509 - Forensic Language Analysis
POSTnote 460 - Social Media and Big Data
POSTnote 459 - Stroke
POSTnote 434 - Managing Online Identity
Several fellows have written about their experiences while at POST, or blogged about their fellowship as it took place.