Drama and Theatre Studies (Structured PhD)

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

Course overview

This course allows students to undertake doctoral research in any areas related to Drama and Theatre Studies. PhDs may be conducted in the area of theatre practice (playwriting, direction, devising, etc) and academic research (theatre history, contemporary drama, etc)

Programmes available

Structured PhD AHSS (Drama and Theatre Studies)(Full-Time) GYG43

Structured PhD AHSS (Drama and Theatre Studies)(Part-Time)

Entry requirements

The minimum qualification necessary to be considered for admission to the PhD programme is a high honours, primary degree (or equivalent international qualification), or ’other such evidence as will satisfy the Head of Department and the Faculty of his/her fitness’ (NUI Galway Calendar). It is more usual, however, for successful applicants to have already gained a Master's degree.

Areas of interest

  • Theatre Archives and Theatre History
  • The Abbey Theatre Digital Archive
  • Irish Drama and Theatre
  • Shakespeare and Ireland
  • Theatre Practice and Theatre Production
  • Playwriting
  • Ensemble
  • Theatre and Globalization
  • Intercultural Theatre
  • Theatre criticism
  • Theatre and Digital Humanities
  • Performance Studies
  • Social Media and Performance 

Researcher profiles

Professor Patrick Lonergan, Academic Director of the Abbey Theatre Digital Archive project. Research interests include Irish theatre, Shakespeare and Ireland, Martin McDonagh, and Theatre and Globalization.

 See www.nuigalway.ie/drama/ for full staffing information 

Find out more

Professor Patrick Lonergan

Drama and Theatre Studies, School of Humanities

+353 91 49 2631

Patrick.Lonergan@nuigalway.ie

www.nuigalway.ie/drama/

PAC code

GYG43

Current project

Our research is conducted in association with the Moore Institute.

The Abbey Theatre Digital Archive  and other Irish Theatre archives.

 

 

Fees for this course

EU: €4,275 p.a. 2016/17

Non-EU: €13,250 p.a. 2016/17