We have 25 Heritage Studies PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in the UK

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Heritage Studies PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in the UK

We have 25 Heritage Studies PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in the UK

Community-centred heritage and language revitalisation powered by creative technologies and immersive storytelling.

This PhD will explore how creative technologies and immersive storytelling can support the revitalisation of the endangered heritage, languages, and identities of minority groups, as well as opportunities for social integration across marginalised communities. Read more

PhD Opportunities in English, History and Performance

We warmly invite applications for full-time or part-time self-funded PhD study. About the PhD programme. The Humanities Research Centre (HRC) at Sheffield Hallam University was founded in 1996. Read more

PhD Opportunities in Communication, Media, and Film Studies

We warmly invite applications for full-time or part-time self-funded PhD study. About the PhD Programme. The Centre for Culture, Media & Society (CCMS) is an exciting interdisciplinary environment delivering research that offers critical insight and real-world impact. Read more
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Heritage for Human Resilience

The Leverhulme PhD programme is administered by the Faculty of Environmental and Life Sciences. This particular project will sit under the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. Read more
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Understanding long-term change in coastal resilience

The Leverhulme PhD programme is administered by the Faculty of Environmental and Life Sciences. This particular project will sit under the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. Read more

Lifting barriers to Black Academia

This studentship is funded through Departmental endowments to signal our support for the findings of the Lifting Barriers to Black Academia Through Decolonisation and Positive Action Report, which follows on from an online series of symposia hosted by the Department’s Centre for the Study of International Slavery in 2021. Read more

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