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Deadline Approaching for the Next Round of BCLA Postgraduate Bursaries

In 2014, the British Comparative Literature Association has announced a new scheme of postgraduate bursaries, designed to support attendance at conferences or research trips by BCLA members registered for a postgraduate degree (MA, MRes, MPhil, or PhD). Bursary applications may be accompanied by applications for membership.

The application deadline for the next round is 31 May 2016.

See Postgraduate Bursaries for details.

Deadline Approaches: BCLA postgraduate bursaries

You are invited to apply for BCLA’s scheme of postgraduate bursaries, designed to support attendance at conferences or research trips by students registered for a postgraduate degree (MA, MRes, MPhil or PhD). Each award will be up to a maximum of £250 per student.

Applicants must be current members of the BCLA. The next deadline is 30 November 2015, 12 noon UK time. No application will be accepted after the deadline, and applications cannot be made retrospectively. Applicants can only make one application per calendar year. Any publication resulting from research supported by this scheme must acknowledge the support received.

To apply, please see the webpage for more detail and fill in the application form.

Deadline Approaching for the Next Round of BCLA Postgraduate Bursaries

In 2014, the British Comparative Literature Association has announced a new scheme of postgraduate bursaries, designed to support attendance at conferences or research trips by BCLA members registered for a postgraduate degree (MA, MRes, MPhil, or PhD). Bursary applications may be accompanied by applications for membership.

The application deadline for the next round is 31 May 2015.

See Postgraduate Bursaries for details.

Congratulations to Kaitlin Staudt, BCLA Postgraduate Bursary Recipient

The first of our new BCLA Postgraduate Bursaries has been awarded to Kaitlin Staudt (University of Oxford). Kaitlin will use the BCLA bursary to attend the International Summer School on Multiple Modernities at the University of Göttingen in early September where she will present her research on fashion as a structure for feminine historiography in the novels of Virginia Woolf and Halide Edib Adıvar. We congratulate Kaitlin for her success.

Designed to support attendance at conferences or research trips by BCLA members registered for a postgraduate degree, the BCLA Postgraduate Bursaries are awarded twice a year, with application deadlines of 31 May and 30 November, 12 noon UK time.

For more information see the Postgraduate Bursaries.