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The Cambridge-based Consortium for Guitar Research is awarding the Andrew Britton Fellowship to a young or early career researcher again this year. Applicants are invited to submit their CV, and a separate 400 word (maximum) statement describing their latest research and explaining why this award would be useful to them.
The Fellowship comes with a financial award and an invitation to give a paper at the September 2021 conference of the Consortium. This means an opportunity to share ideas with a group of established scholars in the field. See www.guitarconsortium.org for more information regarding the Consortium and its members.
The deadline for applications is Sunday 2 May 2021. For more information please see the file attached here or the Consortium website here.
Dr Andrew Britton was a Founding Member of the Consortium. His PhD thesis The guitar in the romantic period: its musical and social development, with special reference to Bristol and Bath is a benchmark to all new Scholars and is available online on the British Library Ethos site.
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