Leverhulme Doctoral Centre Publication beyond Print Welcomes Applications
The Leverhulme Doctoral Centre Publication beyond Print seeks to challenge the dominance of the printed word in the study of human culture and society, by examining other media used before, alongside and after print.
There are scholarships available for DPhil students with entry in 2019-20, and applications for the following projects in Oriental Studies are now open:
- Arabic Ergodic Literature (Supervisor: Professor Julia Bray, Faculty of Oriental Studies)
- From Oral Wisdom to Written Rules: Law-making in Pre-modern Tibet (Supervisors: Professor Ulrike Roesler, Faculty of Oriental Studies and Professor Fernanda Pirie, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies)
Candidates are required to apply for the DPhil in Oriental Studies by 11 January 2019.
For further information about the projects and application process please click here.