|Funding for:||UK Students, EU Students, International Students|
|Placed On:||8th February 2023|
|Closes:||8th March 2023|
Session 2023 - Closing Date 17:00 (UK time) 8 March 2023
Before applying for this studentship, ensure you read the requirements on the WRoCAH website.
Award provides fees and maintenance at UKRI Rates (£17,668 in Session 2022/23) plus £550 enhancement per annum.
This is a AHRC WRoCAH funded Collaborative Doctoral Award between School of Music, University of Leeds and Choir with No Name.
Questions of identity and belonging are vital to homeless people suffering from stigmatisation and exclusion. The Choir with No Name runs choirs for people affected by homelessness, and this collaborative project will investigate the tripartite relationship between wellbeing, community, and musical interaction for its members.
Weekly rehearsals are structured around a chat, rehearsal and hot meal. Beyond the provision of shelter and the ability to connect with others, there is a need to understand how the musical interaction contributes to the choir members' experience. Research on the wellbeing eﬀects of group singing has largely neglected how musical goals are deﬁned and navigated. There is a need to understand how people feel during music-making:
The CDA partnership will:
Engagement, outreach, dissemination and impact:
For further project information contact Dr Freya Bailes
Information about how to apply contact the Postgraduate Admissions team
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