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Two Full Bursaries in Theology, Philosophy and Religious Studies

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Profile Description

The University of Chichester has two Full Bursaries for PhD study for 3 years available in the area of Theology, Philosophy and Religious Studies. Applications will be accepted from candidates in the areas indicated below. In addition two part-time Fees only Bursaries are available in the field of public and practical theology.

Full bursary 1: Values and virtues in school, in community and home

This project will examine to what extent tensions exist between the values and virtues espoused in school, and those in the local community and home. The first stage of the project will identify and analyse dominant values and virtues in the school context. The second stage seeks to ask the same questions of the non-school context of pupils exploring the values and virtues promoted in the local community. The researcher will draw upon methodologies developed in public and practical theology to identify significant ethical identities.

For an informal query please contact Dr Graeme Smith, [email protected], 01243 816191

Full bursary 2: Critical Citizenship and Pedagogy

This project explores pedagogical method in undergraduate philosophy and its implications for developing critical citizenship. Critical citizenship, understood as an active, engaged and questioning relationship to contemporary social and political issues, seems like a natural outcome of studying philosophy. The gap, between the study of critical thought and the development of critical thought is the central focus of this research project. What techniques and practices best facilitate the formation of critical citizens? The research will offer both qualitative and quantitative analyses of current undergraduate pedagogical methods across the HE sector, examining these practices in light of the learning outcomes of philosophy degree programmes.

For an informal query please contact Dr Graeme Smith, [email protected], 01243 816191

Two part-time Fees Only bursaries

The department of Theology, Philosophy and Religious Studies is committed to developing research in the area of public and practical theology. Researchers within the department explore ways in which theological, philosophical and ethical ideas shape and influence public life, predominantly in the contemporary context.

For an informal query please contact Dr Graeme Smith, [email protected], 01243 816191

We are particularly interested in high calibre applicants who want to play an active role in the continued development of our research environment. Applicants should have an existing MSc or MA qualification. Every applicant should have good quantitative and/or qualitative research methods skills appropriate to their discipline, and should be a well-organised, self-motivated researcher.

For full details about University of Chichester PhD bursaries please visit: http://www.chi.ac.uk/research/postgraduate-research/phd-studentships

Application forms can be found here: http://goo.gl/w0FGA

For questions regarding the application process contact Dr Antony Walsh ([email protected])

 

 

Funding Notes

Some or all of the PhD opportunities in this programme have funding attached. It is available to citizens of a number of European countries (including the UK). In most cases this will include all EU nationals. However full funding may not be available to all applicants and you should read the full programme details for further information.

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