M.A. and Ph.D. students in the Joint Graduate Programme in Communication and Culture at York University are invited to apply for the Ioan Davies Award. This award is given annually to an outstanding student in the Graduate Programme in Communication and Culture who is registered at York, in financial need and has demonstrated an interest in the topics reflected in the work of Ioan Davies:
- critical cultural theory;
- culture in the global arena;
- culture in everyday life;
- technology and identity;
- the culture of cities.
Professor Davies taught at York from 1972 until his death in 2000, helped establish the African Studies Program, the Graduate Program in Social and Political Thought and the Joint Graduate Programme in Communication and Culture, and was a founder of the journal border/lines. Students may be nominated by faculty, or may apply independently. The nomination, or application, must include the application form and the submission of a completed scholarly and/or creative paper, thesis, research project or proposal. Applicants' year of study and degree requirements will be taken into consideration in the adjudication of this award.
Eligibility: M.A. and Ph.D. Students registered full-time at York University in Joint Graduate Programme in Communication and Culture. Applicants must be Canadian Citizens or permanent residents, and an Ontario resident. Nominations/Applications should be submitted to Diane Jenner, firstname.lastname@example.org, Joint Graduate Programme in Communication and Culture, TEL Building. For more information about eligibility and application, please visit http://www.yorku.ca/comcult. Deadline to be announced.