The impact of convicts on Australian democracy

A Practice PhD Scholarship in a Multimedia Digital History Project: Using Virtual and Augmented Reality to engage audiences in the impact of convicts on Australian democracy.

Monash University Arts Graduate Research is funding an inter-disciplinary Practice/Exegesis PhD scholarship to investigate how virtual and augmented reality and enhanced data visualizations can be used to understand the impact of transported convicts on Australian democracy. The research will form part of an ARC funded research project and will contribute to specific components of the project, notably a travelling digital exhibition, an online transmedia hub delivering content to a variety of display devices, and educational resources.

Note that this PhD scholarship project is funded by the Faculty of Arts, but the successful candidate will be based in SensiLab.

Supervisors

Assoc. Prof. Tony Moore
Professor Jon McCormack
Professor Kim Marriott

 

Further Details/How to apply

Please see the scholarship advertisement