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italian-studies: Scholarly discussions in any field of Italian studies

We are pleased to announced a new, fully funded PhD Studentship at the  
University of Cambridge, in medieval Italian literature.

The Keith Sykes Studentship in Medieval Italian Literature will cover  
University and College fees and maintenance in full for three years,  
starting in October 2011.  The successful candidate will be admitted  
to membership of Pembroke College.  Candidates should follow the  
standard application procedure to the Italian Department in the Modern  
and Medieval Languages Faculty, with Pembroke College normally as  
their preferred college.

For further details on the Cambridge applications process, see the  
online prospectus: http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/offices/gradstud/prospec/

For enquiries about research proposals, please contact in the first  
instance Prof Zygmunt Baranski ([log in to unmask])

For enquiries about Pembroke College and the terms of the Studentship,  
please contact Pembroke Graduate Secretary, Frances Kentish ([log in to unmask] 
)

There is no formal deadline for the Studentship, although candidates  
will want to bear in mind deadlines for other funding schemes for  
Cambridge PhDs for which they might also wish to be considered,  
including the 2 AHRC PhD Studentships for 2011 covering all areas of  
Italian Studies (deadline 14 January 2011).  Further details on this  
and other funding schemes, including deadlines, are available in the  
prospectus.


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Robert Gordon
Faculty of Modern & Medieval Languages
Sidgwick Avenue
University of Cambridge
CB3 9DA
UK
Tel: (+44 1223) 335038

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