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Πρόσκληση ενδιαφέροντος για υποψήφιους διδάκτορες με τίλο "Syncretic strategies towards art, science, technology, and consciousness research" / PLANETARY COLLEGIUM - PLYMOUTH UNIVERSITY/ Προθεσμία υποβολής αιτήσεων ως 30 Ιουνίου 2012 (11/06/2012)

PLANETARY COLLEGIUM - PLYMOUTH UNIVERSITY

OPEN CALL FOR PhD CANDIDATES


'Syncretic strategies towards art, science, technology, and consciousness research'

The I-Node of Planetary Collegium of Plymouth University, located at Ionion Center for the Arts & Culture (ICAC) on the island of Cephalonia, Greece, invites application for the PhD candidates to be enrolled in 2012-2013 Academic year.
The Planetary Collegium is an international platform for research in art, technology and consciousness, with its hub (CAiiA) based in the University of Plymouth. Its president is Roy Ascott.
The Collegium consists of artists, theoreticians and scholars who meet online and periodically face-to-face in many parts of the world, to develop their research in the practice and theory of new media art with a special interest in telematics and technoetics. Their doctoral research leads to the award of the University of Plymouth PhD. Post-doctoral research is also pursued. Within the context of transdisciplinarity and syncretism, the Collegium promotes the integration of art, science, technology, and consciousness research within a post-biological culture.
Applicants should have an MA degree and proven fluency in English language (in case English is not their native language).
Deadline for abstracts: June 30 at: ionionode@gmail.com
info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Planetary_Collegium 

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