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[ecrea] Nottingham/BFI ESRC Fellowship -- School of Education

Thu Apr 15 12:54:11 GMT 2010

>Please see below for information on a PhD studentship available at Nottingham.
>This studentship is offered by the School of Education in 
>conjunction with the BFI 
>(<> The aim of the 
>studentship is to support research into films and broadcasting made 
>for schools in Britain during the period after the Second World War. 
>The successful student will be supervised within the School of 
>Education at Nottingham and will have access to the BFI National 
>Archive and the support of BFI archivists. This studentship is 
>offered in recognition of the new partnership between the BFI and 
>the HE sector, which is being led by The University of Nottingham. 
>As well as producing an original independent study in an 
>under-researched area, the student will be expected to contribute to 
>the development of the cross-disciplinary partnership between the 
>University and the BFI, with a particular focus on the educational 
>dimensions. Students should have an interest in the educational use 
>of films, but may come from an education or an arts/media background.
>For further details please see the following link 
>You may also contact Professor Christine Hall, Head of the School of 
>Education, for more information.  Email: 
><mailto:(Christine.Hall /at/>(Christine.Hall /at/
>Roberta Pearson
>Professor of Film and Television Studies
>Director of the Institute of Film and Television Studies
>School of American and Canadian Studies
>University of Nottingham
>NG7 1RD
>44(0)115 9514250

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