PhD / MPhil
The Open University - Faculty of Science
The OpenSpace Research Centre's grouping in this area explores what difference it might make - theoretically, empirically, ethically and politically - to take seriously the nonhuman dimensions of the practices and matters of concern at the heart of the social, and what this in turn might imply for our understandings of space and power. In attempting to think through these and related challenges, inspiration is taken from a wide range of sources including science and technology studies, anthropology, feminisms, philosophy, political theory, postcolonial studies, post-structuralism, and environmental studies as well as geography, and engaged empirically with topics including biosecurity, food, animalities, museums, consumption and disposal, earth processes, disasters, economies and finance, and others.
MA / PGDip / PGCert
Keele University - School of Sociology and Criminology
MA Urban Futures and Sustainable Communities is an interdisciplinary degree programme taught by experts in the field of urbanism drawn from Sociology, Criminology, Geography, and Politics at Keele University. The programme is taught by four three day teaching blocks spread across the academic year and an academic dissertation or equivalent research project completed in conjunction with an expert in the field.
Staffordshire University - Faculty of Arts, Media and Design
Practically-focused on using the arts in community settings; Accessible to practitioners in all creative disciplines; Develops contemporary professional skills.The Creative Community and Participatory Arts Programme aims to meet the continuing professional development needs of people engaged in all areas of community and participatory arts; including artists, community development workers interested in using participatory arts, and development workers involved in planning participatory arts. The courses offer a learning experience that reflects the multi-agency environment in which you are working.
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