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Latest News


Fully-funded doctoral studies at University of Brighton, UK

23 November 2014

University of Brighton

Doctoral Funding Opportunities in Literature

There are currently funding opportunities for students wishing to pursue PhD studies at the University of Brighton. These are the Doctoral Training Partnership studentships (TECHNE), which require students to work with partner organisations during the writing of their thesis, and the University of Brighton studentships, which focus students on the thesis alone. Both schemes offer fully-funded doctoral studies (stipend and fee waiver). The deadline for applications to the TECHNE scheme is 23 January 2015 and successful applicants will commence study in October 2015.

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Mansfield stories - new Portuguese translation

23 November 2014

KMS member Rogério Bettoni from Brazil is currently working on a major new translation of KM’s stories into Portuguese. He hopes to write a report on this for the April newsletter next year. In the meantime he has set up a blog to accompany this undertaking, which hopefully will be fascinating for those members who speak Portuguese!

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