Cross-cultural communication in the globalised world

Degree type

PhD

Closing date

18 July 2022

Campus

Hobart

Citizenship requirement

Domestic/International

About the research project

Cross-cultural communication has gained increasing prominence as communities and regions become more globally connected. Any analyses of our contemporary cultures are inadequate without taking into consideration their cross-cultural implications. This project promotes research that rigorously examines the interconnectedness of cultural phenomena across cultures, and contributes to the local and global communities that value multi-culturalism, diversity, and social inclusion. This research project is supported by academics with expertise on Asia and Europe.

We welcome candidates who are interested in one or more of the following areas:

  • Language, translation, and cross-cultural communication
  • Global gender and sexuality
  • Transnational media and popular culture
  • Literature and the environment
  • Intercultural literature

Primary Supervisor

Meet Dr Taufiq Tanasaldy

Funding

Applicants will be considered for a Research Training Program (RTP) scholarship or Tasmania Graduate Research Scholarship (TGRS) which, if successful, provides:

  • a living allowance stipend of $28,854 per annum (2022 rate, indexed annually) for 3.5 years
  • a relocation allowance of up to $2,000
  • a tuition fees offset covering the cost of tuition fees for up to four years (domestic applicants only)

If successful, international applicants will receive a University of Tasmania Fees Offset for up to four years.

As part of the application process you may indicate if you do not wish to be considered for scholarship funding.

Eligibility

Applicants should review the Higher Degree by Research minimum entry requirements.

Selection Criteria

The project is competitively assessed and awarded.  Selection is based on academic merit and suitability to the project as determined by the College.

Application process

There is a three-step application process:

  1. Select your project, and check you meet the eligibility and selection criteria;
  2. Contact the Primary Supervisor, Dr Taufiq Tanasaldy to discuss your suitability and the project's requirements; and
  3. Submit an application by the closing date listed above.
    • Copy and paste the title of the project from this advertisement into your application. If you don’t correctly do this your application may be rejected.
    • As part of your application, you will be required to submit a covering letter, a CV including 2 x referees and your project research proposal.

Following the application closing date applications will be assessed within the College. Applicants should expect to receive notification of the outcome by email by the advertised outcome date.

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