[Humanist] 25.4 PhD studentships in Ireland

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Mon May 9 09:22:58 CEST 2011


                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 25, No. 4.
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        Date: Mon, 09 May 2011 08:15:14 +0100
        From: Willard McCarty <willard.mccarty at mccarty.org.uk>
        Subject: Digital Arts and Humanities (DAH) Four-Year PhD studentships

 > Date: Sun, 8 May 2011 17:06:49 +0100
 > From: Poul Holm <holmp at tcd.ie>

Call for applications: Digital Arts and Humanities (DAH) Four-Year PhD 
Studentships

DAH is a full-time four year inter-disciplinary structured PhD programme 
designed to enable students to carry out research in the arts and 
humanities at the highest level, using new media and computer 
technologies. The programme is funded by the Higher Education Authority 
under its Programme for Research in Third Level Institutions, Cycle 5 
and is co-ordinated with an all-Irish university consortium: Trinity 
College Dublin; National University of Ireland, Galway; National 
University of Ireland, Maynooth and University College Cork.  The 
programme includes additional teaching contributions from Queen's 
University Belfast, University of Ulster and the Royal Irish Academy and 
from its industrial partners, Google, IBM, and Intel.

The consortium invites applications for a number of four-year doctoral 
studentships in Digital Arts and Humanities (see below for links on the 
scholarships available in individual institutions). The studentships 
come with a stipend of 16,000 euro per year. Fees for Irish and EU 
citizens are fully covered; for information on fees relating to non-EU 
citizens, please contact the relevant contact person in each institution.

High-calibre candidates holding, or expecting to receive, a first-class 
or upper second-class honours degree in an appropriate discipline, are 
encouraged to apply. Candidates will choose to enter the programme 
within either the ARTS or the HUMANITIES strands.  All PhD programmes 
are by research thesis. The taught modules will provide you with 
technical and theoretical skills relevant for digital reearch. In both 
strands students are required to complete core, training, and career 
development modules, including main modules shared across the consortium 
and others institutionally-based.

Applications must be sent directly to your preferred institution.
Trinity College Dublin studentships are available for the Schools of 
Drama, Film and Music, English, Histories and Humanities, Languages, 
Literatures and Cultural Studies, Linguistic, Speech and Communications 
Sciences, Religions, Theology and Ecumenics, and the Department of 
Philosophy.  For further information, see 
http://www.tcd.ie/longroomhub/Fellowships/ Applications should be made 
online at the Postgraduate Application Centre: www.pac.ie/tcd / 
http://www.pac.ie/tcd%20/   Course reference code: TRB23. The deadline 
for applications is 18 May 2011.

National University of Ireland Galway studentships are available in the 
Moore Institute for Research in the Humanities & Social Sciences 
(www.nuigalway.ie/mooreinstitute) and the Huston School of Film & 
Digital Media (www.filmschool.ie).  Applications may be made at 
http://www.nuigalway.ie/courses/research-postgraduate-programmes/structured-phd/digital-arts-humanities.html

National University of Ireland Maynooth students will participate in a 
collaborative Structured Phd Programme with co-registration in An Foras 
Feasa and a participating academic department (English, History, Music, 
Media Studies, Celtic Studies, Modern Languages, or Philosophy). For 
details of the application process, see: 
http://www.learndigitalhumanities.ie/courses/postgrad/digital-arts-and-humanities-phd

University College Cork students will work chiefly with staff in 
History, English and Music, and will receive their degree through a 
multidisciplinary Study Board on Digital Arts and Humanities within the 
College of Arts, Celtic Studies, Social Sciences.  For information 
contact b.dooley at ucc.ie<mailto:b.dooley at ucc.ie> .

Prof Poul Holm
Academic Director
Trinity Long Room Hub
Trinity College Dublin
Ireland

Tel: +353 1 896 8490
Mobile: +353 (0)876 188 039
Fax: +353 1 896 4220
http://www.tcd.ie/longroomhub

Trinity Long Room Hub is the Trinity College Arts and Humanities 
Research Institute
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