The Universal Short Title Catalogue Project is pleased to announce a number of internships, available to qualified scholars wishing to gain experience of work with a major bibliographical project.Â The internship will provide for the cost of travel to St Andrews, and a contribution towards living costs for a period of up to eight weeks, while the intern is working with the project group.Â There is no further remuneration attached to the positions.Â A certificate of completion or letter of reference will be made available to those successfully completing the internship.
Applicants should have interest in the field of early modern history or book history.Â They should be interested in gaining practical experience of the techniques of analytical bibliography.
Applicants should have a command of written and spoken English, and fluency in at least one other European language.Â Training in Latin will also be an advantage.
Likely candidates will either be pursuing a postgraduate qualification or have recently completed a postgraduate degree.
Interested candidates should apply by e-mail attachment to the project director, Prof. Andrew Pettegree (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Your application should describe your qualifications and intellectual interests, and specify your language competence.Â Please indicate the dates you would wish to be in St Andrews.Â Please append the names of two academic referees, who should be asked to write directly to:Prof. Andrew Pettegree,
School of History,
University of St Andrews,
GB- KY16 9AL
Or by e-mail. Preliminary enquiries should also be directed to Prof. Pettegree.