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PhD opportunities in Film and Television Studies at Brunel University London

  • Self-Funded PhD Students Only
    Self-Funded PhD Students Only

Profile Description

Qualification type: MPhil / PhD
Location: Uxbridge, London
Mode of study: Full-time and Part-time

Welcoming environment for research students

You are very welcome to undertake your PhD or MPhil in our Film and Study division. As a research student you'll benefit from working alongside internationally-renowned academics and from our excellent links with broadcasting and online industries.

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Working with your supervisory team
Research environment for PhD students
Life as a research student at Brunel University London

Research areas

Film and TV Studies at Brunel has established a substantial body of research in a range of topics, including numerous major contributions to the field. Four themes provide strands within and across which much of this work can be categorized.

  • The politics of representation
  • National and transnational film and TV
  • Documentary practice and theory
  • Gothic, horror and fantasy

Areas in which staff have published major work recognized in the field include British, European, Hollywood, American independent, Hong Kong, African and Third cinema; horror, comedy, the integration of video practice and theory, Marxism and the media, contemporary British and American television, the media ‘effects' debate and media regulation. Some staff are also filmmakers, particularly in documentary, and/or use documentary itself as a form of research.

Potential research projects areas for PhD students

  • Recent and contemporary British, European, African, Hong Kong, Hollywood and American independent cinema
  • Cult film, television and other media
  • British and American television
  • Science fiction, horror, comedy, the western, crime films
  • Documentary, video practice, practice as research
  • Relationships between documentary and fiction
  • Media and press regulation
  • Political cinema, activist media
  • Gender, sexuality and the body in film
  • Celebrity culture
  • Marxist and psychoanalytical approaches to screen media
  • Cinematic spectacle, narrative
  • Avant-garde and experimental cinema
  • Ecocriticism and screen media
  • Trade unionism in film and TV industries
  • Animation
  • The Gothic; fairy tales
  • Film and philosophy
  • Film and memory
  • Representations of Africa
  • Representations of genocide on screen

How to apply

Further information about the PhD and the application process can be found here: http://www.brunel.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/PhD-Screen-Media

Contact

For general enquiries, please contact:

Funding Notes

We offer a range of PhD studentships, partial scholarships, and academic prizes, to help with your research fees. Find out more here: View Website

How good is research at Brunel University London in Communication, Cultural and Media Studies, Library and Information Management?

FTE Category A staff submitted: 19.00

Research output data provided by the Research Excellence Framework (REF)

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