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Thu Aug 26 1999

Support: Studentships/Pragmatics, Semantics, Stylistics

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Message 1: Research studentships/Pragmatics,Semantics,Stylistics

Date: Wed, 25 Aug 1999 11:51:28 +0000
From: b.clark <b.clarkmdx.ac.uk>
Subject: Research studentships/Pragmatics,Semantics,Stylistics

This is to advertise research studentships available at Middlesex
University to start this academic year (1999-2000). One of the possible
areas is "linguistics, especially pragmatics, semantics and stylistics". This
is the main bit of an ad which will be appearing shortly in the Times
Higher Education Supplement and the Guardian. I'd be happy to discuss
the studentships informally with anyone who is interested.

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School of Humanities and Cultural Studies,
Middlesex University

Research Studentships in English

(6855 stipend + 1200 teaching bursary + fees, per annum, in pounds)

The School intends to create up to three fully-funded three-year
Research Studentships for appropriately qualified candidates wishing
to study for a PhD in English Literary Studies. These will
commence at an agreed date in the autumn term, 1999. Applicants
should hold a First or Upper Second-class degree in English or
another relevant appropriate subject, and will normally have or be
about to complete a relevant higher degree (MA or equivalent). They
will have developed interests in one of the following areas:

*English literature, drama, culture and language in the period
1500-1700;

*20C British fiction, with special emphasis on popular forms
and women's writing;

*linguistics, especially pragmatics, semantics and stylistics;

*cultural theory.

Application forms and further information available from:
Anna Pavlakos, Research and Postgraduate Office, Middlesex
University, White Hart Lane, London N17 8HR
Tel: +44 (0)181 362 5363
email: a.pavlakosmdx.ac.uk

Deadline for receipt of applications: Friday 1 October 1999.
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