Anniversary Research Scholarship - Paternalism, Patronage and Power: The Pennant family of Penrhyn Castle, c.1760-1907

Paternalism, Patronage and Power: The Pennant family of Penrhyn Castle, c.1760-1907

Applications are invited by the Graduate School of Arts and Humanities at Bangor University for a PhD Anniversary Research Studentship to begin in September 2013. The successful candidate will work under the supervision of the Lead Supervisor, Dr Lowri Ann Rees (Lecturer in Modern History), and in close contact with the supervisor team, Professor Huw Pryce (Professor of Welsh History) and Dr Peter Shapely (Senior Lecturer in Modern History).

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Publication date: 22 May 2013