(Structured PhD) Digital Arts & Humanities (DAH)

College of Arts, Social Sciences, & Celtic Studies,
Interdisciplinary

Course overview

Digital Humanities (offered by the Moore Institute)


Applications are invited in the area of:
(i) Irish Literature, History and/ or Visual Cultures


Proposals may consider writers and artists associated with the west of Ireland,
in broad context; modernism; Irish and the English languages; candidates have
access to the cultural location and archival holdings of NUI Galway. Discipline is open.


For further information on Digital Humanities please contact:
Professor Nicholas Allen, nicholas.allen@nuigalway.ie or
www.nuigalway.ie/mooreinstitute.


Digital Arts (offered by the Huston School of Film & Digital Media)


Applications are invited in the areas of:


(i) Galway and the international-West coast culture in the digital age


or


(ii) Digital media practice-based research.


Proposals may examine questions such as: how arts practices on the west coast of
Ireland act as a contact zone between the local and the international? Ideas and
histories of the region can be seen in relation to wider contexts as people move in
and out of the rhetorics of authenticity. In what way do specific digital arts practices
offer forms of resistance to the impositions of a global image system? How can
research and experimentation explore the intersection between artistic creativity
and technological innovation? What forms can writing take in the digital age? How
has the specificity of the digital changed the form, structure and function of narrative?
Although there would be emphasis on practice-based doctorates in both these areas
we will continue to be open to traditional academic formats.


For further information on Digital Arts please contact:
Dr. Rod Stoneman, rod.stoneman@nuigalway.ie or www.filmschool.ie/


DAH Prospectus available to download here: DAH Prospectus  

Programmes available

PhD (full-time, four years)

Entry requirements

Students will be selected by the Course Committee or by a sub-committee reporting to it. Entrants will be expected to have an upper second class honours degree (or better), or international equivalent, within a relevant discipline.

Areas of interest

Areas of interest include all disciplines within the College of Arts, Social Sciences & Celtic Studies

Researcher profiles

The programme covers all disciplines within the College of Arts; check relevant College research websitest to see the research interests of potential supervisors.   

Find out more

Prof. Nicholas Allen
T + 353 91 493 904
E nicholas.allen@nuigalway.ie 

Dr. Rod Stoneman
T +353 91 492 999
E rod.stoneman@nuigalway.ie 

PAC code

Structured PhD, full-time—GYG38


Closing date for receipt of
applications: August 15, 2011

Fees for this course

EU: €4,275 p.a. 2014/15 inclusive of levy

Non-EU: €13,250 p.a. 2014/15

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