|Parikka, Jussi on Wed, 2 Dec 2009 12:25:48 +0100 (CET)|
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.Title: research studentship at Anglia Ruskin
please pass on to students etc. A possibility for a PhD studentship at Anglia Ruskin, Cambridge, which would pay EU fees. Anglia Ruskin hosts e.g. the ArcDigital centre (http://www.anglia.ac.uk/arcdigital) as well as the new multidisciplinary institute CoDE – Cultures of Digital Economy.
Faculty of Arts, Law and Social Sciences
In the recent Research Assessment Exercise the Faculty of Arts, Law and Social Sciences achieved outstanding success, with four subject areas rated as having ‘world leading’ research, five subjects as having ‘international’ level research and History and English being rated among the best in the country. As a result we are pleased to be able to offer the following studentship:
Communication, Film and Media
1 fees-only studentship.
Any area including: Digital and Network Culture, Media Archaeology, Technoculture, Violence and Contemporary Cinema, Horror film, Spectatorship.
Application forms should be downloaded from www.anglia.ac.uk/researchjobsac
and completed quoting ‘HR online studentship’ on the application form. Applications must be submitted, with a covering letter, no later than 4th January 2010.
Queries in the first instance to: Helen Jones, 0845 196 2475, firstname.lastname@example.org
• The start date is February or September 2010.
• Overseas applicants are welcome to apply but are required to pay the difference between the Home//EU fees and the overseas rate.
• Applicants should hold a Masters degree awarded by a UK university, or an overseas Masters of equivalent standard, provided that the Masters degree is in an appropriate cognate area and that the Masters degree includes training in research and the execution of a research project. Applicants who hold a first or upper second class degree may also be considered.
• Students for whom English is not their first language must meet our required minimum level of English language proficiency (IELTS 6.5 in all skills, or equivalent).
Dr Jussi Parikka
Reader in Media Theory & History
Co-Director of the Anglia Research Centre in Digital Culture (ArcDigital)
Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK
EMERGING EXCELLENCE: In the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) 2008, more than 30% of our submissions were rated as 'Internationally Excellent' or 'World-leading'.
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