Melbourne and Manchester Graduate Research Group invite applicants to join dual cultural PhD project
Applicants have been invited to register their interest in the cultural discovery being carried out by the Melbourne and Manchester Graduate Research Group.
The Group is an international research training group, comprised of researchers and jointly awarded/dual PhD candidates between the University of Melbourne, Australia, and The University of Manchester.
This initiative is funding a number of joint PhDs and the Manchester Urban Institute (MUI) has two such projects.
Abigail Gilmore is supervising a project titled ‘Creative industry policy transfer to Asian countries: Exploring the role of UNESCO and the British Council’, while Leandro Minuchin is supervising a project titled ‘Material politics, urban nature and residential neighbourhood design in the Global South: how architecture can rupture and repair the native, historical, and cultural landscapes of modern Mexico’.
Abigail, Leandro and the Melbourne supervisors are currently recruiting for these projects and invite registrations of interest here.
In the coming weeks, The University of Manchester will be announcing further projects as part of this joint initiative.