There is no restriction as to historical or geographical focus or type of critical approach, but proposals relating to post-medieval travel writing and any of the following areas may be especially welcome: North America; Italy; India; travel writing and modes of transport; the poetry of travel; modernism and travel; postcolonialism and travel; creative-critical work; radical travel writing; diasporic travel narratives; travel writing and the Midlands. We also welcome single-author studies, particularly of unjustly neglected figures.
The studentship covers the cost of fees at home/EU rates and includes an annual stipend in line with AHRC bursary rates (£14296) for 3 years.
The successful applicant will be expected to support the Centre’s activities.
Closing Date: 5pm on Monday, 29 August 2016.
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