LINGUIST List 10.165

Wed Feb 3 1999

Support: Research Studentships/Early Modern English

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  1. Jonathan Hope, Research Studentships: Early Modern English

Message 1: Research Studentships: Early Modern English

Date: Wed, 03 Feb 1999 11:47:21 +0000 (GMT)
From: Jonathan Hope <>
Subject: Research Studentships: Early Modern English

Research Studentships

The School of Humanities and Cultural Studies at Middlesex University,
London, UK is offering four fully funded three-year research
studentships (incorporating maintenance grant 6,855, teaching bursary
1,200 and full-time fees) in English Studies.

The studentships will be in two fields: English literature, drama,
language and culture of the early modern period; and twentieth century
fiction, especially that of the later century, with particular
emphasis on issues of gender and sexuality.

As a potential supervisor of successful applicants, I would be very
interested in hearing from students with an interest in pursuing a PhD
topic on any aspect of Early Modern English (literary or
non-literary). I have just begun a research project in collaboration
with the Arden Shakespeare, and would hope that anyone taking up a
studentship in this area would wish to become involved.

Please feel free to contact me informally:

For further information and application forms please contact: Anna
Pavlakos, School of Humanities and Cultural Studies, Middlesex
University, White Hart Lane, London N17 8HR, UK.

tel.: 0181 362 5363

Jonathan Hope
Middlesex University
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