Drama & Theatre Studies - Structured

NUI Galway

 

Course Name Drama & Theatre Studies - Structured
Course Provider NUI Galway
Course Code 1SPA1 1SPA2
Course Type Postgraduate
Qualifications
Award NameNFQ ClassificationAwarding BodyNFQ Level
Degree - Doctoral (Level 10 NFQ)  More info... Major National University of Ireland Level 10 NFQ
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Attendance Options Full time, Part time
Location (Districts) Galway City
Qualification Letters PhD
Application Date 1SPA1 (full-time); 1SPA2 (part-time)

Structured PhD AHSS (Drama and Theatre Studies)(Full-Time)
Structured PhD AHSS (Drama and Theatre Studies)(Part-Time)

Applications are made online via the NUI Galway Postgraduate Applications System.
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Entry Requirements The minimum qualification necessary to be considered for admission to the PhD programme is a high honours, primary degree (or equivalent international qualification), or ’other such evidence as will satisfy the Head of Department and the Faculty of his/ her fitness’ (NUI Galway Calendar). It is more usual, however, for successful applicants to have already gained a Master's degree.
Course Content This course allows students to undertake doctoral research in any areas related to Drama and Theatre Studies. PhDs may be conducted in the area of theatre practice (playwriting, direction, devising, etc) and academic research (theatre history, contemporary drama, etc)
Research Areas Areas of interest

Theatre Archives and Theatre History
The Abbey Theatre Digital Archive
Irish Drama and Theatre
Shakespeare and Ireland
Theatre Practice and Theatre Production
Playwriting
Ensemble
Theatre and Globalization
Intercultural Theatre
Theatre criticism
Theatre and Digital Humanities
Performance Studies
Social Media and Performance
Further Enquiries Professor Patrick Lonergan
Drama and Theatre Studies, School of Humanities
+353 91 49 2631
Patrick.Lonergan@nuigalway.ie
www.nuigalway.ie/drama
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