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Museum Studies at Leicester offers supervision for the degree of: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - full-time.
This degree is available to study both on campus and by part-time distance learning. ...Read more
This programme enables you to carry out an original piece of research in museum, gallery and heritage studies. As a research student you will join an interdisciplinary group of researchers and academics...Read more
About This Course
Conservation is researched from the genetic to global scales, with a strong emphasis on new approaches to biodiversity assessment, disturbance impacts, invasive species, restoration...Read more
This program will provide you with an opportunity for your own work to engage with the widening horizons of new practices. It will also enable you to invent methodologies, reframe urgencies, and reimagine...Read more
The University of Essex is one of few research-intensive universities to offer a practice-based PhD in curating. Like a traditional PhD in art history, this degree allows you to conduct sustained, innovative...Read more
Our PhD Museology programme is led by Museology staff who supervise research students and welcome enquiries from prospective students in their respective research areas. ...Read more
The PhD is offered, according to subject-area, in Archaeology or in Conservation Studies. A PhD should normally be completed within three years from the start of enrolment. Thus research projects should,...Read more
The Practice in Curating programme understands curating, or the curatorial, not as a philosophical concept but as a practice that is deeply involved in politics of display, politics of site, politics...Read more
A doctoral-level award assessed through a research thesis and oral defence.
PhD by Publication: A doctoral-level award comprising an assessment of a student’s published works within a related field of study. ...Read more
Our pioneering PhD Museum Practice doctoral programme is specifically designed for people working in museums and galleries who want to undertake advanced research which builds on...Read more