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AHRC Midlands3Cities funding for UK/EU Students

AHRC Midlands3Cities funding for UK/EU students

The Midlands3Cities Doctoral Training Partnership (M3C) is a collaboration between the University of Birmingham, Birmingham City University, De Montfort University, University of Leicester, Nottingham Trent University and The University of Nottingham. M3C is awarding up to 80 PhD Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) studentships for UK/EU applicants for 2018 entry.

M3C is also awarding 7 Collaborative Doctoral Awards with partner organisations: Flatpack Festival, Leicester City Council, Nottingham City Museums and Galleries, Nottingham Contemporary, Oxford Lieder, Royal Shakespeare Company, and Spalding Gentlemen’s Society.

M3C provides research candidates with expert supervision (including cross-institutional supervision where appropriate), research training and access to a wide range of facilities, cohort events and placement opportunities with regional, national and international partners in the cultural, creative and heritage sectors.

English at Nottingham Trent University is inviting applications from students whose research interests include:

  • American literature and cultural history
  • Colonial, postcolonial, global, and world literatures and cultures
  • Creative writing and critical-creative research
  • Gender and sexuality
  • Literary and cultural theory
  • Literature and technology
  • Literature, film and visual culture
  • Magazine and periodical writing
  • Modernist and postmodernist literature
  • Poetry and poetics
  • Popular fiction
  • Race, Rights and Activist Writing
  • Romantic literature
  • Shakespeare and Early Modern writing
  • Travel writing
  • War and literature
  • Women’s writing

The deadline for M3C funding applications is Monday 15 January 2018, by which time students must have applied for a place to study and have ensured that two academic references are submitted to the home university on the correct M3C form. For full details of eligibility, funding, research supervision areas and CDA projects, and for dates of our November application writing workshops, please visit http://www.midlands3cities.ac.uk/ or contact enquiries@midlands3cities.ac.uk.

Information and proposal-writing workshops will be hosted in each of the three partner cities. Register for the workshop in Nottingham (taking place on 18th November) through our Eventbrite booking page.

 

Conference: Languages and Creativity, Oxford

Creative Multilingualism Conference: Languages and Creativity, Saturday 28th January 2017, Taylor Institution Library, St Giles, Oxford.

Conference Programme

9.00 – 9.30
Registration and Coffee

9.30 – 9.45
Welcome
Janice Carruthers, Queen’s, Belfast, and AHRC Leadership Fellow in Modern Languages

9.45 – 10.30
Writing between Languages
Wen-chin Ouyang, SOAS, and Jane Hiddleston and Matthew Reynolds, Oxford

10.30 – 11.15
Panel Discussion – Working Languages
Chair: Leanne Tritton, Managing Director, ING Media

11.15 – 11.45
Coffee

11.45 – 12.30
Sense and Nonsense across Languages: the Example of Bird-Naming
Andrew Gosler and Martin Maiden, Oxford

12.30 – 1.15
LinguaMania – Evaluating Impact
Chair: Elleke Boehmer, TORCH, Oxford

1.15 – 2.00
Lunch

2.00 – 2.30
Multilingual Metaphor
Linda Fisher, Cambridge, Suzanne Graham, Reading, and Katrin Kohl, Oxford

2.30 – 3.30
Panel Discussion – Multilingualism post Brexit
Chairs: Rajinder Dudrah, BCU, and Wen-chin Ouyang, SOAS

3.30 – 4.00
Tea

4.00 – 5.00
Languages in Performance: RTKAL (Punch Records)
Q&A led by Philip Bullock, Oxford, Julie Curtis, Oxford, and Rajinder Dudrah, BCU

5.00 – 5.30
Perspectives

5.30
Drinks Reception

Entry to the conference is free, but numbers are limited so booking is required. Please register here.

For more information, please email us at: creativeml@mod-langs.ox.ac.uk

Creative Multilingualism is a research programme led by the University of Oxford and funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council as part of the Open World Research Initiative.

Funding for Doctoral Study at Royal Holloway

AHRC and College Postgraduate Studentships
School of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures at Royal Holloway University of London.
French, German, Hispanic Studies and Italian and Comparative Literature and Culture

The School of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures at Royal Holloway is pleased to invite applications to its PhD programmes in Modern Languages (French, German, Hispanic Studies and Italian and Comparative Literature and Culture). You can find out more about the research environment and range of expertise we offer on our research pages.

Royal Holloway is the lead member of the TECHNE London and South-East Doctoral Training Partnership, which offers Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) awards for those commencing postgraduate study in September 2016. TECHNE comprises seven universities and is one of the 11 AHRC Doctoral Training Partnerships. TECHNE’s vision is to produce scholars who are highly motivated and prepared for academic, public or professional life. Its students will benefit from a diverse range of training workshops and opportunities to engage with partners in the arts and cultural sector.
Students may apply to TECHNE for a doctoral award by submitting a TECHNE application through Royal Holloway.  If you are interested in applying for a TECHNE award, the first step is to speak to a prospective supervisor or the Director of Graduate Studies. It is not possible to submit an application directly to TECHNE: you must apply through one of the member universities. Overseas students are not eligible for AHRC awards (although they may be considered for other College awards), and EU students are eligible for fees only.
There are around 50 awards per annum for students who are applying to undertake PhD study. Students who apply for a TECHNE award will be considered automatically for a College Scholarship.

For more information on any of these awards, or for postgraduate study more generally at Royal Holloway, write to the Director of Graduate Studies, Dr Sarah Wright.