The Natural History Museum and Kingston University are collaborating on an innovative new project, which aims to explore the potential of the museum collections as a resource for arts & humanities research. With a relevant postgraduate degree and a successful record of applying for and obtaining external research income, you will have the ability to build effective networks within the field of humanities and work in productive partnerships with academic colleagues.

To find out more about this opportunity, please visit:

http://recruitment.kingston.ac.uk/Default.asp?Section=Vacancy&VacID=09/237

And feel free to contact either Julie Harvey, Centre Manager at the Natural History Museum on [email protected]<mailto:[email protected]>, or Philip Spencer, Associate Dean for Research within the Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences at Kingston University on [email protected]p [dot] spencer [at] kingston [dot] ac [dot] ukmailto:[email protected]“>mailto:[email protected].