Information and discussion on all aspects of British photographic history
The University of St Andrews has an outstanding collection of books, archives and photography, accumulated throughout the six hundred years since the University’s foundation. The collection is especially rich in the History of Science, Theology and Church History, Literary Studies and Photography. In addition to a substantial collection of incunabula and early printed books, the library has a significant eighteenth-century collection dating from its period as a Copyright Library (1710-1836). The archives also include an exceptional collection of 15th -16th century materials relating to Fife and to the University and city of St Andrews.
What is a University of St Andrews Library Visiting Scholarship?
Visiting Scholarships are an opportunity for applicants external to the University of St Andrews to research a topic in the Library’s Special Collections. The scholarships are open to all interested researchers, whether or not affiliated to a university, and at whatever level. This Scholarship gives the applicant the opportunity to visit the University of St Andrews and experience first-hand the Library’s unique collections which offer research potential across an exceptionally broad array of disciplines.
Assessment of applications
All applications are assessed by a panel of academics and Library staff.
Successful candidates will be in receipt of
All activity must be based strongly on the Special Collections of the University of St Andrews Library. Of particular interest to BPH readers will be the outstanding photography collections and a list of the key collections can be found here; https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/imu/imu.php?request=browse&browset...
Visiting Research Scholar Application Process
Further details can be found here: https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/library/specialcollections/researchand...
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