The French programme at the University of Queensland is pleased to announce the creation of the Kathleen Campbell-Brown Scholarship to support a PhD candidate undertaking a project in French Studies within the School of Languages and Cultures. This top-up scholarship is offered as a package with a University of Queensland Graduate School Scholarship, the total value being $37 682 per annum for a maximum of four years. The scholarship is offered to a candidate commencing in 2018.
We therefore invite inquiries from qualified applicants with projects in our areas of expertise:
- Cinema: Post 1960 French cinema; le jeune cinéma français; French queer cinema
- French critical theory, Sound studies, postcolonial studies, trauma and memory studies
- Literature: twentieth and twenty-first century French and Francophone literature (i.e. life writing, travel writing, migration and exile narratives, existentialist literature)
- Second language studies: Language learner identity; non-native identity; Study Abroad Experiences
Potential applicants are encouraged to consult the profiles of the French Studies team on the website of the School of Languages and Cultures at: https://languages-cultures.uq.edu.au/
For full details of the scholarship, and contact point see: https://scholarships.uq.edu.au/scholarship/kathleen-campbell-brown-scholarship
Please also note information on Scholarship rounds and closing dates:
Eligibility and enrolment processes for higher degrees at UQ:
Kathleen Campbell-Brown was professor of French at UQ for over 30 years and this scholarship is made possible by a bequest in her memory from the estate of her sister, Leslie Campbell-Brown.