This outlines the grants and support available to Higher Degree by Research (HDR) students in the School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures & Linguistics.
Grants open for applications from students:
- Field Research Support and Travel
- HDR Publication Support Scheme
- The Edith Lahr Bequest Grant for research related to Linguistics/Applied Linguistics
Prizes and awards for students:
Grants open for applications from supervisors:
Resources supplied by the School:
- Funding support for the LCL Annual Postgraduate Conference
- School research scholarships
- The School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics is pleased to offer its candidates some stationery supplies. These are available from Ms Sally Riley in room S425.
- The School of Languages, Cultures and Linguisics is pleased to offer its candidates photocopying facilities. Please see Ms Sally Riley in room S425.
- HDR Resource Centre
- The School’s HDR Resource Centre is located in room S431. Eight computers and printing facilities are available for use. As the School’s facilities are limited, the computers are for HDR School community use only. The Centre also has a lounge area, coffee and tea making facilities, a microwave and a fridge. For access to the Centre, please see Ms Sally Riley in room S425.
IT services for HDR students
- As well as your student email account, you can also get a ‘staff-like email address’ when you are enrolled as a HDR student in the School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics.
You can organise this either by logging a job using Service Desk Online http://monash.edu/esolutions/contact/ or phoning x51777.
Accessing and managing IT facilities and services
Contact eSolutions for more information on accessing and managing IT facilities and services:
Telephone: +61 3 990 51777
Happiness is ….
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Olivier Elzingre’s post on passive bilingualism and linguistic identity endorsed by world-leading scholar
Olivier Elzingre blogs on passive bilingualism, and receives a welcome endorsement from world-renowned scholar Jean-Marc Dewaele.
Part II: Raising the political stakes with Jeanne d’Arc and Dr Ali Alizadeh
This interview is a continuation of Part I: Raising the political stakes with Jeanne d’Arc and Dr Ali Alizadeh. In Part II, we discuss political writing, the phenomena and ideology of real revolution, the question of war, and the revolutionary potential of Jeanne d’Arc in contemporary discourse, politics and concepts of universalism.
Part I: Raising the political stakes with Jeanne d’Arc and Dr Ali Alizadeh
Jeanne d’Arc (Joan of Arc)’s controversial life and death are being depicted in a comprehensive new literary work by Dr Ali Alizadeh titled The Last Days of Jeanne D’Arc due out this year. We sat down with Dr Alizadeh to explore his decades-long research into the character of Jeanne d’Arc that brought up questions about political writing, the phenomena and ideology of real revolution, the question of war, and the revolutionary potential of Jeanne d’Arc in contemporary discourse, politics and concepts of universalism.
Speaking the language of us
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LLCL School Seminar – Plagiarism: West and East
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Study opportunities overseas
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Graduate studies research reporting day
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Comments from coursework students: postgraduate/graduate
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