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The South, West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership

The South, West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership (SWW DTP) is a partnership of eight leading UK universities with research supervision and training expertise across an exceptionally wide range of critical and creative fields in the Arts and Humanities, extended by a network of prestigious international, national and regional organisations representing the arts, heritage, media and government sectors.

The South, West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and offers studentships for postgraduate research in the Arts and Humanities.

University of Southampton students
Thomas Ellis (History)
Peter Bye-Jensen (Archaeology)
Martin Humphries (Music)
Stephanie Evelyn-Wright (Archaeology)
Sophie Keeling (Philosophy)
Craig Hatch (Film)
Ayan Salaad (English)
Stephen Watkins (English)

Students who have their second supervisors at Southampton
Rosanne Waine (History, Bath Spa)
Eleri Lloyd (Philosophy, Cardiff)
Susan Greaney (Archaeology, Cardiff)
Lucy Elkerton (Languages, Bristol)
Kirsten Barr (Archaeology, Reading)
Joseph Connelly (Philosophy, Reading)
Charlotte Scull (Archaeology, Reading)
Euan Metz (Philosophy, Reading)

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