THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED. AHRC NWCDTP FUNDED PHD RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY COLLBORATIVE DOCTORAL AWARD WITH SCHOOL OF ARTS, LANGUAGES AND CULTURES (UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER) AND COMMUNITY ARTS NORTH WEST (CAN)
Type of award
Dr Alison Jeffers
School of Arts, Languages and Cultures
Home fees and maintenance.
Continuation of award
Continuation of the award is subject to satisfactory progress.
This award is internal.
Level(s) of study
This funding is available to students undertaking the following types of study:
- Postgraduate research
Allowed study options
This funding is available to students undertaking the following modes of study:
This funding is available in all subject areas across the University.
This funding is available to students from the UK and EU.
Other eligibility criteria
Informal meeting 9th January 2020, 11-12.30, Conference Room, C1.18, Graduate School, University of Manchester https://www.alc.manchester.ac.uk/study/graduate-school/
- find out more about the award and what would be involved
- qualifications and residency requirements needed to apply
- ¿ application process
No need to book but email and let us know if you'll be attending. Please note that attendance at this event is not essential for an application.
- Academic CV (max. 2 pages) including two named referees (one of whom should be your most recent academic tutor/supervisor)
- Copy of first degree and Master's degree transcripts (or anticipated grade if applicable)
- Letter of application (max. 2 pages) outlining suitability for the studentship and how you anticipate approaching the research. This should include proposed research questions and suggested methodology. This can be guided by the questions below but feel free to interpret this according to your own interests.
The successful candidate will be required to submit an online application. Full details: https://www.alc.manchester.ac.uk/study/postgraduate-research/applying/
17 Feb 2020
- What is the range, scope and ambition of performing arts practices carried out by refugee heritage artists in the UK? What opportunities are available and what are the barriers for refugee heritage artists who want to develop their work? How do refugee heritage artists experience and navigate cultural and creative practices in the UK?
- How do refugee heritage artists understand and articulate their practice in relation to their experiences of making art in the UK? What, if any, effect does their legal status have on the work that they make and the ways that they think about and understand their work?
- How do refugee heritage artists understand and communicate their work when the very terminologies used to discuss it are difficult and contested?
Contact details for enquiries
- Dr Alison Jeffers
Tel: 0161 275 3356