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Edinburgh Napier University, School of Arts and Creative Industries PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Asylum Armada: Knowledge, Practice & Community Engagement in Participatory Documentary Practice - SACI0005
  Dr K MacLeod, Prof C Atton
Applications accepted all year round

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION. The practice led project takes an applied, inter-disciplinary and creative approach to researching relationships of community engagement & documentary production.
  Biomaterials for design - utilising fungi to develop a thick mat-like mycelium for use as an alternative textile - SACI0008
  Dr S Vettese, Prof I Singleton
Applications accepted all year round

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION. The textile industry is based largely on the use of cotton, leather and oil derived polymers and these industries are resource intensive and unsustainable.
  Commission, Position and Production: An Investigation into the construction of memories through documentary film production - SACI0009
  Dr D Maclean, Dr L Milne
Applications accepted all year round

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION. Collective memory, a term defined by Hugo Van Hofmannsthal in 1902, is a version of the past, crafted by a community to aid their perceptions of themselves.
  Developing successful interactive and participatory media forms - SACI0010
  Mr J Blake, Dr A Scott
Applications accepted all year round

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Project description. As broadcast technology evolves at a fast pace, young audiences increasingly expect to be able to engage with digital content.
  Literary Representations of Suicide Terror: From Dynamite Violence to Media Spectacle - SACI0002
  Dr A Keeble, Prof L Dryden
Applications accepted all year round

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This project will examine the way literature has represented and responded to the phenomenon of suicide terrorism - from Conrad’s The Secret Agent (2007) to Yasmina Khadra’s The Attack {2007) and beyond.
  New Narratives of 9/11 and the Problem(s) of American Exceptionalism - SACI0003
  Dr A Keeble, Prof A Schwan
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This project examines the way recent narratives of 9/11 have dealt with the problem(s) of American exceptionalism. what strategies have authors, directors and artists adopted to meaningfully represent 9/11 without reinforcing exceptionalist rhetoric.
  Popular Music: Sampling Studies and Hip-Hop Studies
  Dr P Harkins, Dr D Hook
Applications accepted all year round

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Research-active staff in the music department at Edinburgh Napier University are working on a number of interdisciplinary projects in the areas of Popular Music Studies (PMS), Science and Technology Studies (STS), the music industries, music technologies, hip-hop studies, popular music pedagogies, and jazz studies.
  The Science Fiction Legacy of H. G. Wells: how his works of science fiction and predictions of the future have influenced generations of sci fi writers and filmmakers - SACI0004
  Prof L Dryden, Dr S Artt
Applications accepted all year round

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H. G. Welts is perhaps best known popularly as ’the father of science fiction’ because his scientific fantasy novels of the late nineteenth century did more than any others to inaugurate a new genre that became known in the 1920s as ’science fiction’.
  Writing the First World War at Britain’s Margins - SACI0006
  Dr A Frayn, Dr S Lyall
Applications accepted all year round

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION. The First World War was a truly global conflict, despite the enduring attention paid to Western Front narratives representing allied powers.
  Writing War, Writing Internment - Interrogating the Creative Outputs of People Experiencing Life in Closed Settings - SACI0001
  Prof A Schwan, Dr A Frayn
Applications accepted all year round

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The late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries saw the systematisation of wartime internment in an unprecedented manner. In the case of the First World War, for example, civilian internment became long-term – a matter of years, rather than days or weeks.
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