[Humanist] 28.781 PhD studentships at Cork

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Tue Mar 3 08:11:22 CET 2015


                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 28, No. 781.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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        Date: Mon, 2 Mar 2015 23:25:19 +0000
        From: "Dooley, Brendan" <B.Dooley at ucc.ie>
        Subject: DH scholarships in Cork, IE


University College Cork invites applications for the a limited number of
scholarships in the four-year structured PhD programme in Digital Arts and
Humanities (DAH) for entry in 2015, co-ordinated with an all-Irish
university consortium. Candidates will pursue their individual research
agendas within the program, based on projects developed from proposals which
they provide during the application process.  Deadline 1 May 2015.  Contact
Brendan Dooley, b dot dooley AT ucc dot ie.

Program general info:  http://www.apc.ucc.ie/en/dah/study/

Course details: 
http://www.ucc.ie/calendar/postgraduate/Doctor/page020.html

Application to Digital Arts and Humanities (CKH88):
http://www.ucc.ie/en/study/postgrad/how/research/

Note that the scholarships must be applied for separately from the
application for entry to the program.

Application for CACSSS Excellence Scholarships (PhD)
http://www.ucc.ie/en/cacsss/grads/facilities/funding/excellencephd/

Some subject areas:

History, European Languages and Literatures, Renaissance Studies, English,
Music, Performing Arts, Art and Art History, Irish Studies, Psychology,
Digital Law, and other fields on request.

Programme Structure

Candidates will complete core, training and career development modules,
including main modules shared across the consortium and others
institutionally-based. The overall aim of the taught modules are threefold:
1) to introduce students to the history and theoretical issues in digital
arts/humanities; 2) to provide the skills needed to apply advanced
computational and information management paradigms to humanities/arts
research; 3) to provide an enabling framework for students to develop
generic and transferable skills to carry out their final research
projects/dissertations.

Year 1 of the four-year programme includes core and optional graduate
education modules delivered in Cork, Dublin, Galway and Maynooth. These
modules provide a grounding in essential research skills and transferable
skills together with access to specialist topics. In years 2 and 3 work on
PhD research projects is supplemented with access to elective modules. Year
3 features practical placements in industry, academic research environments
or cultural institutions.

University College Cork has a strong track record in Digital Humanities and
has been a pioneer in the development of digital tools for language study
and historiography. The College is strong in all disciplines of the
Humanities, with a particular concentration on Irish and European studies.
The Digital Arts and Humanities program currently has 46 students from
around the globe, studying topics ranging from Renaissance networking to
eighteenth-century country houses, from modern performance art to Irish
diaspora music performers in the USA and their stories.

For some typical projects see: www.dahphd.ie http://www.dahphd.ie/





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