Performing the Jewish Archive is pleased to announce details of three fully-funded PhD studentships:
- Jewish Composers in Exile (School of Music, University of Leeds)
- Jewish Archives in Exile (School of Languages, Cultures and Societies, University of Leeds)
- Testing Audience Response to Theatre and Music (Department of Theatre, Film and Television & Department of Psychology, University of York)
[Details of the applications procedures for both Leeds and York are in the relevant document above]
Each scholarship will be available for a student from the UK or other EU country for PhD study, commencing no later than 30 March 2015. For UK students the award will pay academic fees at the standard Research Council rate and provide a maintenance grant of £13,863 (for 2014/15). EU students will be eligible for a fees only award, except in exceptional circumstances or where Research Council residency criteria have been met.
For informal enquiries and for details of the application procedure, please contact Dr Stephen Muir (email@example.com)