22 novembre 2017

PhD Studentship: University of Stirling

Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities: AHRC-funded PhD Studentship Competition & PhD Study in Communications, Media & Culture at the University of Stirling, 2015

Communications, Media & Culture at the University of Stirling is pleased to invite applications for PhD studentships through its involvement with the AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership, Scotland.

We welcome applications across our areas of expertise in media, communications, journalism, film and television studies and particularly encourage applications which speak to the following areas of research strength:

  • Feminist and queer film, television and media studies
  • Public service broadcasting
  • Phenomenological approaches to film
  • Environmental communications
  • Digital media (particularly as this relates to surveillance and privacy)
  • Sport and/in media
  • Archival research
  • Political communications

Potential applicants are strongly encouraged to contact Professor Karen Boyle Divisional PhD Co-ordinator (Karen.Boyle@stir.ac.uk) to discuss their ideas before application. The deadline for applications to be received by the University is 5pm on Monday 22nd December and details about the application process can be found at: http://www.stir.ac.uk/arts-humanities/research/ahrcdoctoralstudentships/.

 

The AHRC DTP Scotland funds around 55 PhD studentships per annum for five years from 2014. Successful applicants will benefit from fees, stipend and significant additional flexible funding to shape their doctoral training to meet their individual needs. SGSAH students will have access to the rich resources available in all Scottish HEIs as well as unique training opportunities developed in partnership with SGSAH’s 29  founding supporter organisations.  These prestigious and internationally-renowned organisations include the National Museum of Scotland, the National Library of Scotland, the National Theatre of Scotland, Scottish Ballet, the National Galleries of Scotland, BBC Scotland, Scottish Opera, the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and the Royal Scottish Chamber Orchestra, the Edinburgh International Book and Film Festivals, the Scottish Sculpture Workshop and a diverse range of local and regional arts, culture and heritage organisations.   They have committed to support students in a variety of ways including exclusive access to training events, mentoring, talks, visits and funded placements and internships. Full details are available on the SGSAH websitehttp://www.sgsah.ac.uk/studentships/.

 

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