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  • Minto House, Elliot Room
    20-22 Chambers Street
    Edinburgh
    EH1 1JZ

The talk discusses in what ways conceptualizations of global production networks and transnationality offer an advanced framework for architectural research allowing to take account of multi-scalar interdependencies at work in present-day urbanization.

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Based at the School of History of Art at Edinburgh College of Art (ECA), the Global Contemporary Research Group examines the impact of globalisation on art, theory, and curating.

ECA alumni form a creative network that has been making its mark on the global arts scene since the early twentieth century.

The awards are open to overseas students commencing a PhD in any field of study. Each award covers the difference between the tuition fee for a UK/EU graduate student and that chargeable to an overseas graduate student.

On the Advanced Sustainable Design - MSc programme you gain skills that you can apply in a wide series of contexts.

Available to students commencing any distance learning Masters offered by the University. Intended for students outside of the EU. Various countries are eligible.

Job title: Programme Director, Art in the Global Middle Ages - MSc

Role: Postgraduate Research Director, History of Art

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