ART, ECOLOGY & SCIENCE RESIDENCY
14-28th October 2018 / Santa Lucia, Vejer de la Frontera, Spain
OPEN CALL for PhD students
in arts and humanities from UK universities
Deadline for proposals: 1 May 2018
PhD students are invited to make a proposal that responds to the theme of honey bees in whatever ways are appropriate to their research. We anticipate a possible mix across the resident students of artistic, visual, writing, music, historical, philosophical, linguistic, social science methods. Prior knowledge of bees and beekeeping is not necessary, but an enthusiasm to use them as actual or metaphorical stimulation for research is required.
There is no fee to attend. Travel of students funded by NWCDTP is covered. Other students need to fund their travel. Accommodation and lunches are provided for all students.
Guidelines and Application form: BEETIME#5 OPEN CALL
To apply, please detach the form above and return to Dr Myna Trustram: email@example.com. Deadline for proposals: 1 May 2018. We will endeavour to tell you the result of your application within four weeks of the closing date.
Working language: English
With the support and collaboration of:
Residency funded by North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership (NWCDTP). With the collaboration of: Postgraduate Arts and Humanities Centre (PAHC), Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU), Be.Time S. Coop. And. y AV Pedro Esquivel