PhD in Literary Tradition, Written Culture and Digital Humanities Instituto Universitario de Investigación Ortega y Gasset
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The Literary Tradition, Written Culture and Digital Humanities Doctoral Program is integrated into the research strategy and doctoral training of the University of Salamanca and in the doctoral tradition of the Instituto Universitario de Investigación Ortega y Gasset linked to the Ortega-Marañón Foundation in Madrid .
This Doctoral Program brings together, as stated in the title, two areas of traditional and innovative knowledge that are interconnected thanks to the new information and communication technologies. On the one hand, written culture and letters and critical thinking in its broadest sense; on the other, the digitization of knowledge and its ease of accessing and disseminating it. It is, therefore, a doctorate that includes modernity within the humanistic tradition linked to texts, thus continuing the tradition and the specific weight that the Humanities always had at the University of Salamanca.
Student Dedication Regime
The regime of dedication of the students to the Doctoral Program will be full time, and from their admission to the program until the presentation of the application for deposit of the doctoral thesis, a maximum of three years will elapse. After this period has elapsed, the Academic Committee of the Program may authorize, at the request of the doctoral student informed by their thesis supervisor, the extension of this period for one more year, extendable in any case, and exceptionally, to another additional year.
According to article 5 of the Doctoral Regulations of the University of Salamanca, dedication may be part-time upon request of the doctorate and express authorization of the Academic Committee of the doctoral program. In this case, the deadline for submitting the request for the deposit of the doctoral thesis will be a maximum of five years, extendable for two more years with prior authorization from the Academic Committee at the request of the doctoral student informed by their thesis supervisor. This extension will be extendable in any case, and exceptionally, to another additional year.
Students who wish to study a Doctoral Program on a part-time basis must apply to the Academic Committee of the Program when they submit the application for admission to the same or, once admitted, when any of the circumstances that they are collected below and allow recognition as part-time students.