*Replying to @amandavisconti's post:*

Thank you very much for your suggestions. I am indeed more interested in studying digital art and fiction. I have been trying the exact approach you mention for quite some time (googling DH and its synonyms) but I haven't found as many programmes as I had hoped. That's why I turned to this forum (and I'm very glad I did!).

So far I've been taking the centres listed here ( http://digitalhumanities.org/centernet/ ) one by one, hoping to find a post-graduate programme associated with them. It's going slow and I'm not sure if this is the right list to start from. Is there any other list that you might know of, that would be helpful?

*Replying to @Elizabeth Glascock's post:*

Thank you very much for your suggestion!

*Replying to @unsworth's post:*

Thank you for your answer. I am in fact looking for a master's in which to study digital art and literature from a theoretical perspective, rather than library and information science. I apologize if my initial question was misleading, and, again, thank you.

*Replying to @MelissaTerras's post:*

It is in fact a lifelong dream of mine to study in London. I just assumed that funding options were far more limited than in the US, so I thought it would be more realistic to just apply there. I see that the programme you suggest has quite a comprehensive list of scolarships and international student funding, so I will definitely apply. I will also start looking for other post-graduate programmes in or around London that deal with digital culture/literature/art. Thank you very much for your suggestion!

*Replying to @katherineharris's post:*

Thank you very much for the list!

*Replying to @Ethan Gruber's post:*

You are right, it is a difficult search. I may have, perhaps, misunderstood the object of my search. I am in fact looking for a graduate programme of any kind that deals with digital culture/art/literature from a theoretical perspective. I have an undergraduate degree and I thought it would make sense to aim for graduate programmes. It is my understanding that I can apply for either master's programmes or doctoral programmes, but I assumed that it would be easier to be admitted to a master's. I also need funding in order to study abroad, in any form, whether it be a scholarship or tuition waiver or some scheme in which I can work or do research in order to support myself.

Perhaps I should have made myself clearer from the beginning. The sort of research I aim to do is best described in this (soon to be published) text: http://mariuslobontiu.ro/2010/09/playing-the-text-a-call-for-theory-in-digital-fiction/

Thank you very much for your help.

*Replying to @Lisa Spiro's post:*

Thank you for the link!

And, finally, thank you all very much for your answers. I had not expected such a great number of replies!