Visiting the Centre
CCPR welcomes visiting researchers to the Centre. In coming to us as a visiting scholar, you will follow in the footsteps of a number of previous visiting CCPR researchers. During your visit you will have opportunities to meet and interface with staff and with other scholars and to join in the research-related activities of CCPR.
CCPR runs programmes of events during term-time which typically include research seminars, visiting speakers, PhD workshops and guest lectures on our Masters programmes. Where relevant to your work, you will be able to attend such events and have the chance to exchange knowledge and ideas with others researching in cognate areas. CCPR will arrange a University ID card for you so that, during your stay, you will have full access electronic facilities and the library. The Library at Glasgow is a first rate facility that supports many of the University’s world leading research activities and, as well as providing visitors with access to an outstanding collection of materials and services, also offers comfortable desk space you can use and computer work stations.
How to apply
You can apply at any time to become a visiting researcher at CCPR Glasgow by writing to the Director of the Centre, Professor Raymond Boyle.
Research visits normally take place during semester time (September to June) and they vary in length but are usually from 3-12 weeks in duration. Your letter of application should set out the general aims and purpose of your stay as a visiting researcher at CCPR. Why do want to visit Glasgow and, in particular, the Centre for Cultural Policy Research? It should indicate when exactly you want to come, for how long, and any resource needs. You should let us know in your application if there is any member of staff in particular you hope to meet during your stay. Your application must be accompanied by a CV.
Visiting Postgraduate Research Student Application
The address to send your application to is:
Professor Raymond Boyle
University of Glasgow
13 Professor Square
Further information for Visiting Scholars and PGR Students
The current baseline fee is £1,000 per semester - but a fee remission scheme may apply for colleagues from institutions in developing countries or for other strategic development reasons. If the visit is shorter than one semester then the School would be willing to negotiate a pro rata fee, minimum £500.
Previous Visiting Researchers
Tatiana Romashko, The Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia (2015). Research: “Construction and realization of culture policy in Russia and EU countries: comparative analysis”.
Aida Martori Muntsant, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (2014) and (2015). Research: Public TV in Scotland - a comparative perspective.
Dr Xavier R Vegas, Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona, Spain) 2014. Research: Media coverage of the London 2012 Olympics.
Dr Lázaro Echegaray Eizaguirre, Escuela Universitaria de la Cámara de Comercio de Bilbao in the Basque Country. (2014). Research: Audience analysis techniques.
Dr Asier Aranzubia Cob, Universidad Carlos III, Madrid, Spain (2013). Research: Film policy and diversity.
Miren Manias, University of the Basque Country (2013). Research: Film Policy in Small Nations.
Irati Agirreakuenaga: University of the Basque Country, Spain (2011). Research: Minority Language Media: Basque and Gaelic language journalists.
Francisco Adolfo Carratalá Simon, University of Valencia, Spain (2010). Research: Media discourses and political action in Spain.
Marco Chavez Aguayo, University of Barcelona, Spain (2009). Research: Sub-state cultural policy institutions in Scotland, Catalonia and Jalisco.
Mariana Caviglia, Universidad de la Plata/Universidad de General San Martín, Doctoral Fellow at CONICET, Argentina (2009). Research: The news reporting of death.
Alejandro Armesto Garcia-Jalón, Universidad de Navarra, Spain (2009). Research: Free newspapers in Spain.
Luis Oliveira Martins, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal (2009). Research: Media concentration and pluralism in Portugal.
Miguel Angel Casado, Universidad del País Vasco, Spain (2007). Research: Autonomous television stations in Spain and Scotland.
Dr Olga Blasco Blasco, the Universitat de Valencia, Department of Economía Aplicada (2019). Research: Theories on European public audiovisual, specifically in the United Kingdom.
Dr Nela Filimon, the Universitat de Girona, Department of Economics (2018). Research: Television preferences in Spain.
Dr Jieyao Zhang, Shanghai University of Political Science and Law (2018). Research: Creative industry clusters.
Dr Carlos Lopez-Olano, Universitat de Valencia, Spain (2017). Research: Public service television in Scotland.
Professor Tom O’Regan, Queensland University, Brisbane, Australia (2016). Research: Media Transformations.
Dr Agnieszka Węglińska, University of Lower Silesia, Wroclaw, Poland (2015). Research: Public service broadcasting – a comparative perspective.
Professor Brett Hutchins, School of Media, Film & Journalism, Monash University, Melbourne. Research: The Mobile Media Sport Moment: Markets, Technologies, Power.
Dr Zhou Zhengbing, Professor at the School of Culture and Communication, Central University of Finance and Economics in Beijing, China (2014-2015). Research: Governments role on funding the Arts in China.
Ms Ye Li, news editor for CCTV (China Central Television), (2014-2015). Research: The development strategies of CCTV News, the first 24/7 English news provider in China.
Dr Kamil Zawadzki, Faculty of Economic Sciences and Management Nicolaus Copernicus, Poland (2015). Research: Employment Policies in the UK and Poland in the Creative Industries sector.
Dr. Hongying Dong, National Research Center for Cultural Industries, Tsinghua University, China (2014). Research: Cultural industries.
Dr Lázaro Echegaray Eizaguirre, Escuela Universitaria de la Cámara de Comercio de Bilbao in the Basque Country (2014). Research: Study of audience analysis techniques in the Digital Television system.
Dr Zeng Yang, Department of Sport, Culture and Media, Tianjin University of Sport (2013). Research: Sport journalism and communication research.
Associate Professor María Graciela Rodríguez, Universidad de Buenos Aires/Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Thalmann Fellow, Argentina (2012). Research: Theoretical perspectives in media research.
Dr. Belén Monclús, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain (2012). Research: Innovation in programming and advertising insertion in the European generalist DTT.
Associate Professor Kirsten McAllister, School of Communication, Simon Fraser University, Canada (2009). Research: art, asylum and the public.
Dr Maria Trinidad García Leiva, Universidad Carlos III, Madrid, Spain (2009). Research: the economics of cultural policy.
Assistant Professor A.F. Mathew, Mudra Institute of Communications, India (2009). Research: Globalisation and the media.
Basque Fellowship Programme
University of the Basque Country Visiting Fellows:
- Dr Miren Manias. Research: Film Policy in Small Nations (2016-17).
- Dr Irati Agirreazkuenaga Onaindia. Research: Political Participation, Media and Citizenship (2014).
- Dr Agurtzane Elordui Urkiza. Research: Media and minority language policies (2013-14).
- Dr Ainara Larrondo. Research: Public Service and Media Convergence (2012-13).
- Dr Jose M Zendoia Sainz. Research: Minority languages and the economy: The case of Gaelic in Scotland (2010-11)
- Dr Santiago Urrutia Izagirre. Research: Images of sex and violence in British media (2009-10)
- Dr Jose Ignacio Imaz Bengoetxea. Research: Videogames – risks and opportunities (2009).
- Professor Juan Carlos Miguel de Bustos. Research: Public service broadcasting and the Internet (2009).
- Dr Josu Amézaga Albizu. Research: Migration, language and television (2007-08)