Deadline extended to May 1 for applications to innovative 4-year PhD program in "Texts, Contexts and Cultures" at University College Cork (IE).
Texts, Contexts, Cultures is a new departure in graduate research and training in Ireland. It offers candidates a multi-disciplinary PhD programme delivered in co-operation between Arts and Humanities research institutes at three of Ireland’s leading institutions - Trinity College Dublin, University College Cork and NUI Galway. The programme investigates the most basic component of Arts and Humanities research – the text as material object. Texts, Contexts, Cultures has therefore been developed around three core areas of research: Imaging Ireland; History of the book; and Renaissance intellectual history.
Texts, Contexts, Cultures is designed to prepare students for life after graduation. Participants will benefit from a career training scheme that provides thorough preparation in research skills transferable to a wide variety of settings. They will also have access to placements and mentoring systems in a broad range of some of the most exciting contemporary organisations in media, the cultural and creative industries, public administration and academe.
Students register in one of the three partner institutions in Cork, Dublin or Galway, and modules and programs are shared across all three.
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