Fully funded PhD opportunity in digital documentation

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Fully funded PhD opportunity in digital documentation

Post by lyn » Fri Apr 22, 2016 6:46 pm

Hi everyone,

We are now advertising a fully funded PhD in digital documentation of cultural heritage, entitled:

Visualising the Crucible of Shetland's Broch Building

The research will examine the role of digital documentation in supporting the active conservation and presentation of Shetland's heritage.

The PhD is based at the University of Bradford, with time spent with Historic Environment Scotland in Stirling. Shetland Amenity Trust are a full partner and fieldwork in Shetland will be part of the research programme. Supervision will be provided by Dr Andrew Wilson (UoB) and Dr Lyn Wilson (HES), with Dr Val Turner (SAT), Dr Steve Dockrill (UoB) and Dr Ewan Hyslop (HES). See http://www.fragmentedheritage.com and http://www.scottishten.org for details of previous projects led and managed by the primary supervisors.

The PhD is funded by AHRC through the Scottish Cultural Heritage Consortium's Collaborative Doctoral Partnership. This will be based at the University of Bradford in partnership with Historic Environment Scotland and Shetland Amenity Trust.

See web link for more details: http://www.bradford.ac.uk/life-sciences ... ilding.pdf

Please pass on to anyone you think might be interested. We look forward to receiving applications before the deadline of 30th May.

Thanks,
Lyn

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