Information For Current Research Higher Degree Students
There are over 50 PhD and MPhil candidates currently engaged in higher degree research projects in the School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies. Thesis projects conducted within the School focus on international languages and cultures, and in particular literary studies, applied linguistics and language studies, and cultural studies in addition to a broad range of disciplines including culture gender and society, screen and media culture, and translation and interpreting studies.
Rhizomes is an annual conference organised by the School’s postgraduate students. Since 2005, it has provided opportunities for local, interstate and international research and higher degree students, as well as early career researchers, to present their work and engage with peers in a friendly, interdisciplinary environment. More information on the next conference is available here.
Research higher degree candidates within the School have the opportunity to present their research at Milestone seminars throughout their candidature. Current and past seminars can be found here.
Information for Research Higher Degree Candidates
A comprehensive information resource for current research higher candidates can be found as follows: