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[Commlist] PhD bursaries at University of West London

Fri Nov 13 14:13:52 GMT 2020

UWL is still inviting applications for PhD scholarships featuring a fees waiver and a stipend of £15,000 pa. The call is for applications across the whole university and competition is in two phases, first at subject and then at University level.

The call is open until Monday November 30th.

Among the wide range of fields in which applications are sought to work with supervisors from the School of Art, Design and Media are:

- Adaptation Studies, Film Studies, Genre Studies, Genre Theory, Popular Fiction
- Creative Writing, Screenwriting
- Filmmaking, Film Theory, Film and Philosophy, Screen Studies
- Gender, Technology and Work
- Media Arts, Art and Design History, Cultural History, Communication Design, Design and Visual Literacies
- Media History and Theory, Media Archaeology, Gallery and Museum Studies
- Media Studies, Media Transformations, Branding, Public Relations, Television, News and Journalism
- Modern Literature, Literary Theory, Literature and Philosophy
- Photography History and Theory, Media and Photography Practice, Photography and Philosophy, Literature and Photography
- Thinking the Image

The call is posted here: <> Vice Chancellor's PhD Scholarships | University of West London - Discover the Career University | University of West London <> The University welcomes applicants who wish to study for a PhD research degree in any of the following subject areas. Closing date for applications is 30 November 2020.. Subject areas

Summaries of areas of research expertise linked to specific areas and specific supervisors may be found at: <> PhDs at the London School of Film, Media and Design | University of West London - Discover the Career University | University of West London <> The London School of Film, Media and Design offers a PhD by individual research within the areas of expertise of the School’s teaching staff.. The combination of theoretical and practical research specialisms in the department means we are able and happy to support either written or practice-based PhD work, which could include elements of archival research, film or exhibition practice.

Details of how to apply are here: <>

Potential applicants are invited to contact any of the supervisors (orgarin.dowd /at/ <mailto:(garin.dowd /at/>

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