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The University of Southampton
Centre for Modern and Contemporary Writing

Study opportunities

Graduate students have been an important part of the life of the Centre and are involved in all our research events

In February 2015 the Centre is hosting a Postgraduate Symposium for the ‘Contemporary Women’s Writing Network’ on Biomedical Science and the Maternal Body (featuring a talk by Professor Clare Hanson).

In November 2013 graduate students worked with staff in leading a Research symposium on ‘Culture and Disability’ followed by Poetry Reading at the John Hansard Gallery.

Between 2010-2007 Caroline Bergvall worked with our graduate students in events organized around her Writing in Tongues: Multi-Media and Poetic Projects.

Graduate papers from our 2006 conference, Pressure to Experiment, were published jointly with students in both Jacket and How2, and we run regular research days and workshops where students and staff can share and develop their work.

We welcome applications in any area of our work so please visit the English website to find out about the exciting and interesting course we offer her at Southampton.

For information on our past and forthcoming events, see English's News, Events and Seminars pages.

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