A 3-year PhD Scholarship Opportunity linked to the Australian Research Council Discovery Project: ‘Artisanal Making and the Future of Small-Scale Local Production’ is available.
The scholarship is funded to support a full-time PhD student who is commencing research in cultural studies, media and communication studies, or a cognate discipline. The successful applicant will work with researchers Dr Michelle Phillipov (University of Adelaide) and Professor Susan Luckman (University of South Australia) to develop their own independent research project on a subject of relevance to the study, focusing on food and/or craft artisanal sectors. Applications are especially welcome from qualified applicants interested in undertaking research on the role of small-scale and artisanal production in tourism and place-branding in regional economies (especially South Australia, Victoria and/or Tasmania), or those interested in critical analysis of the recent history of ‘buy Australia’ or ‘Australian made’ marketing campaigns.
For further information refer to University of Adelaide Research Scholarships. Applications close 31 March 2022.