ALERT! Graduate Funding for Research in Travel & Tourism w. Prof. Kevin James | College of Arts

ALERT! Graduate Funding for Research in Travel & Tourism w. Prof. Kevin James

Posted on Friday, April 10th, 2020

Cecil Hotel London 1901
London's Cecil Hotel, 1901

Professor Kevin James continues to build a research team to explore aspects of modern Scottish history, especially tourism and travel, as well as prospective MA students interested in the experiences of travel in war and periods of crisis. He encourages any student who has interests in these areas to contact him to discuss possible collaborations and funding opportunities: kjames@uoguelph.ca

Related: The Alastair J. Durie Travel Award encourages, but is not limited to, travel research for tourism- and travel-related projects, especially in Scotland. Guelph History graduate students are encouraged to apply for this and other periodic travel and research grants available from the College of Arts.

For more on Dr. James' research and graduate opportunities, see also http://hotelsinhistory.com/

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