The Centre is the home to doctoral students working across a range of topics from English literature, film, creative writing, drama and performance, and members of the Centre are also engaged in interdisciplinary projects in collaboration with Philosophy, History, Social Sciences and Education, and the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design. We also have students being co-supervised with external partners.
We would be very interested to hear from students interested in doctoral research in any of the areas listed below, and funding is available from the Arts & Humanities Research Council via the Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities in many of these areas. Find out more
The following are postgraduate study opportunities connected to the Centre…
The Creative Writing MLitt combines workshop-based development of your creative work with the opportunity to explore the relationship between critical thinking and forms of expression, including engagement with modes of prose, poetry, publishing, writing for performance and art writing.
Allows you to examine comics and graphic novels in terms of genre, style, formal properties and history, while also providing the opportunity to focus on the creative aspects of comics production.
With a combination of advanced research skills and training, and a range of options covering literary interests from the medieval to the contemporary, this degree also allows for specialist study across all modes of Anglophone writing.
Our interdisciplinary Film Studies programme will provide you with an understanding of the cinema and the way films are developed, and their medium’s relationship to other art forms.
Understand the genre of science fiction and its relationship to different genres, national cultures, and media when you embark upon this interdisciplinary programme.
A highly interdisciplinary course, combining studio art and masters level modules in the humanities, including Philosophy and English. Embracing all forms of Fine Art practice – traditional and contemporary – and celebrating the inherent diversity in each year’s participants.