Ref: PhD Digital Old Bailey
Closing Date: 10 January 2014
The increased availability of digital resources has brought criminal justice data within easy reach of thousands if not millions of people. This has coincided with the commercialization of decommissioned goals, courts and police stations. Gaol Museums often have highly visual publicity and online material. This thesis will examine the presentation of criminal justice history in museums and in printed material. It will explore the public interaction with these forms, and the motivations of the museum and heritage managers in digitizing, publicizing, and presenting former penal sites.
Due to funding, the award will cover the cost of UK/EU tuition fees and provides an annual maintenance grant (currently £13,811 per year) for three years. The studentships will commence on 1 February 2014.
In addition to applying for the studentship, applicants need to apply directly to the University of Liverpool for entrance into the doctoral programme.
The general eligibility requirements are:
- Students applying for a doctoral studentship should normally have, or be studying for, a Master’s degree or similar postgraduate qualification.
- Awards are open to UK and EU applicants, who have been resident in the UK for at least 3 years immediately preceding the start of their course.
Please contact Professor barry Godfrey for further details: [email protected]