PhD in Film and Visual Studies (Critical Practice)
Aim: To offer students the opportunity to undertake advanced, original research via film scholarship in one of the department’s areas of specialisation: avant-garde and independent cinema; British and Irish film and visual culture; European Cinema; film industries; film history and historiography; documentary film; sound and film; music and film; world cinemas and comparative film studies; film aesthetics; cinema history and historiography.
Duration: 3 years full-time; 6 years part-time.
Entrance Requirements: Normally a first or good upper second class degree in relevant subject area (or EU/US equivalent).
Current Research Areas: As noted in MPhil.
Title of research area: Film and Visual Studies.
Content: Specified research area.
Funding: As noted in MPhil.
Careers: Media/Journalism; Arts Management; Curation; Academic/teaching.
Preferred supervisor (see staff list) and/or Professor Cahal McLaughlin Email: firstname.lastname@example.org