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Gender Studies PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Nottingham

We have 8 Gender Studies PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Nottingham

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Nottingham  United Kingdom

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We have 8 Gender Studies PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Nottingham

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Racialisation, racism and its impact on health

This PhD project will focus on the changing nature of racism within multicultural communities in the UK, and offer strategies that will create solutions for sustainable societies. Read more

Dr Ros Hague Scholarship: Feminist Issues in Politics and/or International Relations

The Department of Social and Political Sciences is inviting applications for a PhD project focusing any issue to be investigated via feminist lenses in the broad fields of politics, international relations or and/or security studies. Read more

Visual Propaganda and the Covid-19 Crisis – A Critical Inquiry

The proposed project provides a suitable researcher with the opportunity to investigate the role that visual and political propaganda has played during the Covid-19 crisis. Read more

Filmic Visions and Pushing Boundaries

The proposed project will involve an investigation into filmic forms that push against, cross and/or transgress boundaries between fiction, ethnographic, essayistic or documentary cinema. Read more

Community-based Participatory Research in the Arts: Practice, Innovation and Analysis

The proposed project will harness the enormous potential of community-based participatory research to identify, develop and promote innovative responses to global challenges through artistic, creative and/or visual means. Read more

Visual Culture in Times of Political Change

The proposed project will explore the relationship and tensions in visual culture and politics/ideology in moments of intense socio-political change brought about by rebellion, protest, revolution, regime change, ideological ruptures, collapse of political systems and so forth. Read more
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