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    DH PhD - Fall 2014

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  1. DH PhD for me?

  2. Having just begun my Digital Humanities PhD program hunt, I decided to turn to good ol' GradCafe. However, there seems to be a lack of a DH thread. Let's change that! As a newer discipline, it can be challenging to find a reputable centre to work with. Any advice or opinions out there? I am considering UVic and King's College London. Looking forward to hearing from other aspiring digital humanists! Edit: I have moved this thread to the Humanities forum (accidentally posted in the Lit, Rhetoric and Comp). Thank you to proflorax for the following response: "Here's a short list of DH programs in the Humanities forum. Perhaps it will be helpful! "
  3. Having just begun my Digital Humanities PhD program hunt, I decided to turn to good ol' GradCafe. However, there seems to be a lack of a DH thread. Let's change that! As a newer discipline, it can be challenging to find a reputable centre to work with. Any advice or opinions out there? I am considering UVic and King's College London. Looking forward to hearing from other aspiring digital humanists!
  4. Got into UWO MLIS! Can't wait to start in January!

  5. Waiting to hear if I am accepted to UWO, so I sat down and read War and Peace. I enjoyed it! Might have another go at Russian literature, but for now I am starting my first Margaret Atwood- The Handmaid's Tale, while listening to Mockingjay on audiobook in the evening.
  6. Hello Grad Cafe, I was wondering if anyone would be willing to read over my little SOP (500words) and offer their sage advice? It is my first time applying for a masters program (MLIS) and I am dying to get in. Pretty much all I think about. Anyways, I would appreciate any and all comments, so message me if you have a minute. Have a great day!
  7. Hello Communications, Currently I am working as a social media strategist in a non english speaking country. I would like to further my studies, but do not wish to leave the place I now consider home. This has me thinking about the option of doing an MA in Communications/Media online. Eventually, I would like to pursue a PhD and become a professor in media studies, but I am concerned my online MA credentials would not be credible enough to secure me an acceptance. I do not know anyone who has done an MA online, so I have no idea what the outcome could be. What is the opinion on earning an MA/PhD online? Does anyone know of any reputable programs? Do you think that credentials earned online are good enough to land a University teaching position? I feel like there is a stigma against online credentials, but wonder how much of that is just me. Any discussion, opinions and advice on the topic would be appreciated! These are the online programs that have caught my attention: University of Leicester - MA Mass Communication Ellis University - MA Business Communications University of Nebraska - MA Journalism/Mass Communications University of Sheffield - MA Global Journalism University of South Florida - MA Digital Journalism and Design University of North Carolina - MA Technology and Communication European Graduate School - MA Media/Communication (This one is a bit of a mystery to me) George Washington University - MPS Strategic Public Relations Saybrook University - MA Human Science Touro University Worldwide - MA Media/Communications Psychology Kent State University - MA Journalism/Mass Communication The New School for Public Engagement - MA Media Studies Pacifica Graduate Institute - MA Engaged Humanities
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