We have 113 Languages, Literature & Culture PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

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Languages, Literature & Culture PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

We have 113 Languages, Literature & Culture PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

Being a non-native speaker in a dynamic world: Language-related policy and its effects on people's cognition, wellbeing and other aspects of their lives

PLEASE NOTE. This project is for self-funded or externally sponsored students only. It is quite common that a country or community has only one official language, or one overwhelmingly dominant official language amongst a few. Read more

Poetry – Communism – Philosophy

Aim. The project aims to take seriously and examine systematically the political implications of the fact that there is no poetry that is not addressed to all. Read more

Understanding multilingualism: Cognitive, linguistic or social aspects of coordinating knowledge about multiple languages

PLEASE NOTE. This project is for self-funded or externally sponsored students only. We invite applications from strong and motivated candidates to our highly interdisciplinary PhD project on language processing in multilingual contexts. Read more

Bilingualism and multilingualism in young children: Exploring the impact on learning, literacy and communication

Early development in a bilingual or multilingual context presents both opportunities and challenges for a young child. Much of the research on this issue adopts a general perspective on multilingual learners but this project aims to examine issues specific to the particular languages that the child is learning. Read more

'A Vernacular Scientific Imaginary?' The Origins and Impacts of Science Fiction Stories and Strips in British Comics in the First Half of the 20C

Aim. This project will explore the idea of a distinctively indigenous and responsive tradition of popular SF aimed at a younger readership before the widespread influence of imported US comics and pulp SF after WW II. Read more

Understanding Cultural Legal Studies: Interrogating Legal Meanings in Artistic and Popular Culture

Emerging out of traditions of law and literature, critical legal studies, and law and popular culture, cultural legal studies is an international field that has recently emerged at the cutting edge of the interdisciplinary study of law. Read more

Ableism, Microaggressions and the Law

Studies in Ableism (SiA) is now a recognised sub-specialism of critical disability studies and focuses on ways that abledment (the process of being/becoming ‘abled’) is located within societal processes and practices. Read more

Revealing Abledment: Ableism and the Body Politic

Studies in Ableism (SiA) is now a recognised sub-specialism of critical disability studies and focuses on ways that abledment (the process of being/becoming ‘abled’) is located within societal processes and practices. Read more

Studying for a PhD in Humanities and Social Science

The University of Brighton has opened opportunities for self-funded PhD students in multiple areas of research in the fields of humanities and social sciences. Read more

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