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Reference number: 2021/TECHNE/IMCI
Start date: October 2021
Closing date: 22nd November 2020
Institute for Media and Creative Industries.
Loughborough University London is a part of technē (http://www.techne.ac.uk/); a consortium comprising nine universities in London and the South-East. Around 55 AHRC studentships are awarded each year. To apply for a technē scholarship you must first be accepted by a technē university.
Loughborough University London is now taking applications.
technē supports outstanding students pursuing the ‘craft' of research through innovative, interdisciplinary and creative approaches. technē provides:
• An environment for students who wish to be intellectually innovative and experimental
• Varied disciplinary and interdisciplinary training and networking opportunities
• Collaborative engagement with partners in the cultural and other sectors
• Rigorous scholarly training and opportunities to develop skills in innovation, critical thinking, risk taking, creativity and communication
Loughborough is a top-ten rated research-intensive university in England (REF2014). By choosing a doctoral programme from the Institute for Media and Creative Industries you'll work alongside academic leaders in their fields. The Institute has a strong interest in the relationships between media, communication and technological, political, social and cultural change. We explore a range of topics around communication for social change, political and economic communication and movements, social media and activism in contemporary and historical contexts.
Much of our research is collaborative and interdisciplinary, connecting to local and global communities and organisations. London is a world leading hub for media and creative and cultural industries and an ideal location for students to expand their knowledge, expertise and networks.
We invite project proposals that intersect with our Institute's research strengths with an emphasis on memory and history, culture and heritage, alternative knowledges and epistemologies of the South, storytelling, engagement with the arts, creative industries and creative economy, and issues of social justice and inclusion. Our academics cover a range of research interests including analogue and digital media and communication structures, roles and practices across the creative and cultural industries in diverse regions including the UK and Europe, Middle East, Africa, South and South East Asia, and Latin America. Please review individual Institute staff profiles. We invite proposals on any related topics. We have experience in conducting empirical research locally and across the globe. Methodologically the Institute is particularly strong in the use of ethnographic and participatory research methods to understand complex processes of change in rich and holistic ways. We are equally interested in applications exploring topics relevant to our east London location and to global and global South perspectives on media, communication and creative industries.
Find out more:
For enquiries please contact Dr Jessica Noske-Turner (email@example.com).
An honours degree (2:1 or above) and a relevant master's degree, or equivalent qualifications or experience.
Awards are available for both full-time and part-time students. AHRC eligibility criteria apply and all AHRC awards are subject to the AHRC and UKRI terms and conditions, see AHRC's Current Award Holders web page. Students receive a tax-free stipend and a fee waiver at AHRC rates.
Name: Dr Jessica Noske-Turner
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
How to apply:
All applications should be made online at http://www.lboro.ac.uk/study/apply/research/. Under programme name, select Media and Creative Industries. Please upload a research proposal with your application
Please quote: 2021/TECHNE/IMCI
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