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Datum: Tue, 13 Dec 2022
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PhD Studentships for 2023 at Kingston University London
The Department of Performing Arts at Kingston University London is delighted to invite expressions of interest from strong Music researchers to join our PhD Programme from October 2023.
Several fully-funded and part-funded studentships are available on a competitive basis to undertake doctoral study (including practice-based) in a range of areas.
We encourage applications from Global Majority students: as well as ringfencing a number of studentships, we are also offering a programme of support and mentoring during the application process.
At least one of the fully-funded PhD studentships listed above will be awarded to a Kingston Alumni who has completed an undergraduate and/or masters level degree course at Kingston University or its predecessor institutions.
Deadline for applications: 8 March 2023
Music is part of the Department of Performing Arts where staff undertake research into the nature of cultural production, transmission and reception. Research in music is both theoretical and practice-based and often the two are integrated.
Areas of supervision include:
. music technology
. music education
. music composition
. music philosophy
. studio-based creative practice-research
. popular music and musicology
. gothic criticism
. sound spatialisation techniques and systems
. site-specific installation art
. music memory and perception
. electroacoustic music analysis
. preservation issues of electronic music
. electronic music performance practices
Further information on the studentships and guidelines for application can be found here:
For information of the research environment of Kingston School of Art, please follow this link:https://www.kingston.ac.uk/faculties/kingston-school-of-art/research-and-innovation/research-degrees/
Questions about the Music PhD programme can be directed to Dr Daniela Perazzo, Postgraduate Research Coordinator:https://www.kingston.ac.uk/staff/profile/dr-daniela-perazzo-179/. Prospective applicants are encouraged to discuss their research proposal in advance of submitting an application.
Dr Daniela Perazzo (she/her)
BA MA PhD FHEA
Senior Lecturer in Dance
Department of Performing Arts
Postgraduate Research Coordinator – Department of Performing Arts and School of Arts
KSA Athena Swan Co-Chair
Kingston School of Art
Kingston University London
Kingston upon Thames