[Humanist] 29.453 PhD studentship at Galway
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Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 29, No. 453.
Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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Date: Wed, 4 Nov 2015 19:42:22 +0000
From: "Tonra, Justin" <justin.tonra at nuigalway.ie>
Subject: Extended deadline: PhD Scholarship at NUI Galway
PhD Scholarship in Digital Arts & Humanities at the National University of Ireland, Galway Call for Applications Full details: http://bit.ly/dah-scholarship
*PLEASE NOTE EXTENDED APPLICATION DEADLINE DATE*
NUI Galway invites applications for a fully-funded four-year scholarship in the Digital Arts & Humanities structured PhD programme, to commence in January 2016.
The closing date for applications is 5pm on *Wednesday 18 November*. Applications are made via the Postgraduate Application Centre: http://www.pac.ie/nuig/.
NUI Galway invites applications for a fully-funded four-year scholarship in the Digital Arts & Humanities structured PhD programme, to commence in January 2016. Scholarships are valued at €16,000 plus fees per annum. Entrants will be expected to have a first-class or upper second-class honours degree within a relevant discipline. Applicants proposing practice-based research should provide evidence of their work in the relevant area of practice.
Candidates who have applied previously to the DAH programme may apply for this scholarship only with a new proposal.
Applications are invited in the area of Digital Humanities or Digital Arts research.
Digital Humanities proposals should include a strong digital component, either as a core method of research and dissemination, or as a subject of research in itself. Proposals may address any topic within Digital Humanities, including (but not limited to): archives & preservation; authorship attribution; classical studies; corpus analysis; crowdsourcing; historical studies; interdisciplinary collaboration; internet history; literary studies; natural language processing; ontologies; scholarly editing; stylistics and stylometry; text-mining; textual studies; visualisation. Previous DAH students have also worked closely with researchers at the Insight Centre for Data Analytics in Galway (https://www.insight-centre.org/).
Digital Arts proposals may examine questions such as artistic practice informed by digital media; the intersection between artistic creativity and technological innovation; the impact of the digital on the form, structure and function of narrative. Proposals for practice-based doctorates are welcome as well as traditional academic formats.
Prospective applicants should identify and indicate potential supervisors for their research proposal: http://www.nuigalway.ie/findasupervisor/
For further information please contact Professor Daniel Carey, Moore Institute (daniel.carey at nuigalway.ie<mailto:daniel.carey at nuigalway.ie>) or the directors of the respective strands:
Digital Humanities: Dr Justin Tonra, Discipline of English (justin.tonra at nuigalway.ie<mailto:justin.tonra at nuigalway.ie>), Digital Arts: Prof. Rod Stoneman, Huston School for Films and Digital Media (rod.stoneman at nuigalway.ie<mailto:rod.stoneman at nuigalway.ie>).
Dr Justin Tonra,
University Fellow in English,
School of Humanities,
National University of Ireland, Galway.
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