Three PhD scholarships in internet research

TweetThe Department of Media, Cognition, and Communication, Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, invites applications for three 3-year PhD scholarships. The successful candidates will be affiliated with the Peoples’ Internet (PIN) project sponsored by the Carlsberg Foundation. The candidates are expected to begin October 1, 2016, or as soon as possible thereafter.

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Two funded PhD scholarships

TweetManchester Metropolitan University (Manchester, UK) and the Digital Transformations/Social Media Studies research group are offering two funded PhD scholarships, which would be of a particular interest to AoiR. Further information in the links below 1.Rethinking Digital Memory: New Technologies and EverydayPractices of Marginalised Communities in Manchester 2016 2. Devolution and Citizenship: Innovation, Power andTechnologies of […]

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4 PhD positions in the Department of Culture and Media Studies

TweetOpen for applications: 4 PhD positions in the Department of Culture and Media Studies Ume? University! http://www.kultmed.umu.se/om-institutionen/jobba-hos-oss/ – One PhD position in Ethnology (digital humanities is a prioritized field at the faculty) – One PhD position in Literary Studies – One PhD position in Museology – One PhD position in Ethnology or Media and Communication […]

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Microsoft Research New England (MSRNE) is looking for advanced PhD students

TweetMicrosoft Research New England (MSRNE) is looking for advanced PhD students to join the Social Media Collective (SMC) for its 12-week 2016 Intern Program. The Social Media Collective scholars at MSRNE bring together empirical and critical perspectives to address complex socio-technical issues. Our research agenda draws on a social scientific/humanistic lens to understand the social […]

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ESRC Collaborative Studentship in climate change and technology adaptation to support service continuity and flood response and resilience

TweetESRC Collaborative Studentship in climate change and technology adaptation to support service continuity and flood response and resilience   ICT and telecommunications networks form a key part of today’s critical national infrastructure, essential to proper functioning of society as well as facilitating rapid response to emergencies such as natural disasters. Climate change is causing, as […]

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