Friday, 29 November 2013

PhD studentships at South, West and Wales consortium, including University of Bristol

PhD Studentships at the University of Bristol

The University of Bristol is delighted to invite applications for studentships in the arts and humanities, including translation studies, for September 2014. Approximately 50 studentships will be funded by the AHRC through the South, West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership
at the eight universities in the consortium and their cultural partners across the range of arts and humanities subjects. 

The School of Modern Languages at the University of Bristol has a long-standing interest in Translation Studies from the medieval to the modern periods. Languages include Catalan, Chinese, Czech, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. Research specialisms include literary translation; translation history; publishing; drama; audiovisual translation. Specialist supervision is available for performance-related translation in the School of Arts.

Information is available at the consortium website and an application form will be available shortly. Informal enquiries can be addressed to Dr Carol O’Sullivan at carol.osullivan[at] Enquiries relating to translation and performance should be sent to Dr Katja Krebs at k.krebs[at] Applications will be accepted from mid-December but you are encouraged to make informal enquiries at an early date. Decisions will be made before Easter 2014.

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