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Latest Ulster University PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 6 Latest Ulster University PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 6 Latest Ulster University PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Children, Young People and Adults: Educating for Inclusion

Proposal are welcome for projects that examine dimensions of Education policy and practice. Themes include, but are not exclusive to. Read more

The Cultural Politics of Pop Culture

Applications are invited for funded PhD projects in the area of the Cultural politics of Pop Culture. Proposals may consider the intersections of gender , race, class, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, relation or any other facet of identity, in relation to popular culture. Read more

English Literature

We welcome applications for doctoral study in literatures in English from the Renaissance/ Early Modern Period up until the present day. Read more

Education in Conflict and Crisis

Proposals are welcome for projects which explore Education in conflict and crisis situations. These may be national, international or comparative studies undertaken in divided societies or in societies emerging from conflict. Read more

Early Modern History, Modern History and Medical Humanities

In the early modern period topics are welcome in relation to the Spanish Empire, the colonization of the Americas, and Royal/Princely Courts, from the 15th to the 19th century; early modern Britain and Ireland on the cultural and social history of supernatural mentalities, religion and politics, as well as eighteenth century medicine. Read more

Creative writing/John Hewitt-Ulster University Writer in Residence.

We welcome applications for Doctoral projects in Creative Writing. The English subject at Ulster University forms part of the School Arts and Humanities in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Read more
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