[INCORE Information] PhD scholarship 'Gothic tropes of haunting in negotiating violent pasts'

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Wed May 16 13:13:47 IST 2012

hello Brandon (and INCORE news),

Could you please publicise this among any interested students at  
INCORE, and on the mailing list - closing date is 8th June so asap  
appreciated! - many thanks

all best

The University of Brighton, UK, is currently inviting proposals from  
applicants for a PhD scholarship on the topic "Gothic tropos of  
haunting in negotiating violent pasts'

The Faculty of Arts at the University of Brighton seeks PhD proposals  
for research that will explore Gothic tropes of haunting, ghosts, and  
the uncanny, as they function in the discourses and texts of cultures  
dealing with an unresolved past of violent conflict. We are especially  
interested in proposals that draw upon multiple discursive and  
disciplinary fields - including Gothic literary analysis, trauma  
studies, psychoanalysis, cultural memory and conflict transformation –  
with the aim of integrating these into a new interdisciplinary  

Closing date 8th June 2012.

For further details see <http://www.brighton.ac.uk/researchstudy/2012studentships/arts-and-humanities/gothic-tropes-of-haunting-in-negotiating-violent-pasts/ 


Dr Graham Dawson
Reader in Cultural History
Director, Centre for Research in Memory, Narrative and Histories
Course Leader, MA Histories and Cultures / MA Cultural History, Memory  
and Identity

School of Humanities
Faculty of Arts
University of Brighton
10-11 Pavilion Parade
Brighton BN2  1RA

email: G.Dawson at bton.ac.uk
telephone: direct  ++ 44 [0]1273  643094;
or School Office ++ 44 [0]1273  643089.


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