Participation in this all-day Masterclass is invited from postgraduate and early career researchers in fields related to medievalism and youth culture, such as children’s and young adult literature, fantasy literature, graphic arts, computer gaming, role-playing games, fandom, creative and re-enactment community groups, theatre, television and cinema.
The Masterclass will be led by Professor Clare Bradford (Deakin University), with further contributions from Professor Stephen Knight (Cardiff), and Dr Chantal Bourgault du Coudray (UWA).
How to apply:
Applications to attend should be sent directly to Professor Andrew Lynch (UWA) ([email protected]
and should include:
(i) details of the degree in which you are enrolled (PGs) or the title of your current research project (ECRs).
(ii) a c.500-word statement outlining your relevant research interests, explaining how the proposed project corresponds with the aims of this Masterclass, and outlining how the event will benefit your research.
(iii) (where the applicant is seeking a bursary of up to $750 to attend the Symposium and Masterclass) a short separate budget statement.
Applications should be sent by Friday 14 October. Notification of acceptance will be by Friday 21 October.