The Faculty of Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics at the University of Oxford will
offer the Basant Kumar and Sarala Birla Graduate Studentship for DPhil study
beginning in 2011. The Birla Studentship provides the full tuition and college fee, and
a maintenance grant commensurate to the national minimum doctoral stipend of the
UK Research Councils, for three years. All applicants are eligible.
We will also offer two AHRC Doctoral Studentships (funding for three years) and two
AHRC Master’s Studentships (funding for two years) for study beginning in 2011.
AHRC Studentships are held by students from the UK and EU: the studentship
covers full-time fees and maintenance for UK students, and fees only for EU
students outside the UK.
Clarendon Scholarships provide funding for study at Oxford by students from
countries outside the EU, and cover full-time fees and maintenance. We anticipate
that we will be able to offer one or two Clarendon Scholarships for Master’s or DPhil
study in linguistics.
Students interested in being considered for these studentships must submit their
applications by 21 January 2011. All applicants will be considered for the Birla
Studentship. For the AHRC Studentships and Clarendon Scholarships, applicants
must indicate their interest on the application form. For more information on graduate
funding for the study of linguistics at Oxford, please consult:
Information for prospective graduate students is available here:
Application Deadline: 21-Jan-2011
Web Address for Applications: https://apply.embark.com/grad/Oxford/
Mrs Kate Dobson
Fuente: The Linguist List
University of Oxford – Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, Centre for the Study of the Cantigas de Santa Maria
Grade 7: Salary £28,983 – £30747 p.a. (pro rata)
The faculty seeks to recruit a part-time (50%) Research Assistant from 1 October 2010 to work on a new critical edition of the Cantigas de Santa Maria and a Handbook of CSM Studies, under the direction of Dr Stephen Parkinson (Principal Investigator). This is part of a range of projects on the Cantigas de Santa Maria, the collection of poems in praise of the Virgin Mary composed and collected at the court of King Alfonso X of Castile, in the Centre for the Study of the Cantigas de Santa Maria, which is devoted to work on this collection. The Research Assistant will be responsible for the groundwork for and physical preparation of the critical edition, including a print anthology, and the Handbook.
The Research Assistant will also participate in the general work of the centre, including responding to enquiries, organizing seminars, attending meetings (in Oxford and Lisbon) with the Portuguese partner project, and assisting with the further development of the Cantigas de Santa Maria database.
The Research Assistant will have access to workspace and IT equipment in the Centre for the Study of the Cantigas de Santa Maria, and will be required to attend regular meetings with the Project Investigator, but will otherwise not be required to work in Oxford.
Candidates should have:
- a higher degree (MA or PhD) in a relevant branch of Medieval Hispanic Studies
- experience in manuscript transcription and critical editing
- knowledge of Galician-Portuguese language and literature
- good IT skills
- experience of using online databases
- good editorial skills and attention to detail
- good command of written and spoken English
This is a fixed-term post tenable for a period of not more than two years.
Further particulars, detailing how to apply, can be seen on the Medieval and Modern Languages website at http://www.mod-langs.ox.ac.uk/recruitment/ or are available on request to the Recruitment Office, Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, 41 Wellington Square, Oxford OX1 2JF (tel: 01865 270750; email: email@example.com). Electronic applications, consisting of a letter explaining how you meet the requirements for the post, a curriculum vitae and the names and addresses of two referees, should be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The closing date for applications (in English) is noon on Wednesday 15 September 2010. It is hoped that interviews will be held in the week commencing 27 September 2010.