Dr Chris Pallant, a member of the School of Media, Art and Design since 2010, has been busy working on two book publications. To ensure the scholarly rigour of these works, Dr Pallant undertook an extended period of primary research, visiting archives in the United States (the Margaret Herrick Library in Los Angeles and the Bobst Library in New York), France (the Cinémathèque Française), Germany (the Deutsche Kinemathek), and in the UK (the British Film Institute, The Ray & Diana Harryhausen Foundation, and the London Film Museum), to name but a few. Extensive interviews were also conducted with practitioners from a range of media backgrounds. Much of this activity was made possible by funding received from the British Academy.
We are pleased to be able offer a PhD fees only bursary at the Centre for Research on Communities and Cultures, School of Media, Art and Design, Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury.
We welcome proposals in one of the following areas:
- Local and/or hyperlocal media
- Digital transformation and local communities
- Local communities and local communication in the digital age (UK or international perspectives)
Applicants will have a good first degree (minimum 2.1 or equivalent) and ideally a Masters in a relevant subject area.
Contact Dr Agnes Gulyas for more details.
Details of how to apply can be found here: http://www.canterbury.ac.uk/study-here/postgraduate-research/how-to-apply-for-a-research-degree.aspx
- The start date is January 2016.
- Overseas applicants are welcome to apply but are required to pay the difference between the Home//EU fees and the overseas rate.
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