UK: PhD Studentship in Cultural Geography/Creative Arts at Queen’s University Belfast

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Description: The School of Geography, Archaeology & Palaeoecology (GAP) at Queen’s University Belfast invites applications from suitably qualified students for one fully-funded (fees and maintenance) PhD studentship funded by the Department for Employment and Learning (DEL). The title of the funded doctoral project is “Performing spaces: exploring cartographies and choreographies as creative practices”, and the project will use maps produced during the First World War as a focus for interpreting creative practices performed through cartography.

Starting:The Studentship should commence in September 2014.

Apply: Online application is available via the Queen’s University Belfast postgraduate applications portal:

Eligibility: Students should have a minimum of a 2.1 or equivalent (Hons) Degree and/or a Postgraduate qualification in a relevant field. They should also discuss their applications with the project supervisor (Dr Keith Lilley, before submitting their application and also must be prepared to attend an interview held in the School of Geography,Archaeology & Palaeoecology (GAP) at Queen’s University Belfast after shortlisting. Further information on the School and our research can be found at:

To be eligible for consideration applicants must fulfil relevant eligibility criteria. The studentship may cover maintenance and fees for a maximum of 3 years (UK and EU residents only). The maintenance payment is £13,806 per annum (pa). For further details regarding eligibility criteria (including academic, citizenship and residency requirements) please click on link below:

Closing date for applications: 31st January 2014.

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