Friday, March 12, 2010

Our break begins after classes today at Ole Miss, so the posting here will be sporadic for awhile.

But before we go, a final tidbit to pass your way ...

Applications are invited for a full-time postgraduate scholarship at Durham University, to be hosted jointly by the School of Applied Social Sciences and Durham Business School in England.

As part of its Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Scholarship, the school is offering "Iconic Institutions and Audience Ownership: a comparative study of the sport and corporate sectors." The scholarship will fund postgraduate research which investigates the contemporary relationships of audiences and markets to particular iconic institutions. The project will center upon a comparative study of one popular sporting institution (a football club) and one non-sporting organization. Supervisors are Prof. Richard Giulianotti (Sport/Sociology), and Prof. Timothy Clark (Organizational Behavior/University Dean of Graduate School).

Applicants should have, or expect to receive, at least an upper-second class degree (or equivalent qualification) in a relevant social science. Preference may be given to candidates who are undertaking, or who have completed, postgraduate training in social research methods.

Applicants wishing to be considered for the awards starting in October 2010 should make an on-line application to the University on or before 30th April 201

For informal enquiries, please contact: Richard Giulianotti ( or Timothy Clark ( You can also get more application information here and here.


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