The Centre offers research supervision leading to the award of either an MPhil (generally one year full-time) or a PhD (three years full-time).
- Distance learning, doctoral research
- Full time, part time
Italian Studies at Birmingham has an excellent record in attracting postgraduate students and offers a vibrant postgraduate community that is firmly anchored within the broader context of Modern Languages.
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The Centre strongly supports comparative and inter-disciplinary projects, and arrangements for joint supervision can be made both with the other language departments English and Modern Languages, and with departments such as Art History, Film and Visual Studies and Music which have a strong relevant research interest in Italy.
Applications for postdoctoral research within the ambit of the Centre under such programmes as the British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowships, Newton Fellowships and Marie Curie Fellowships (but not limited to these) are strongly encouraged.
Honorary Research Fellows
The Leopardi Centre is delighted to welcome its first four Honorary Research Fellows.
A Visiting Fellowship is offered for tenure at Birmingham by a specialist in Leopardi and/or European Romanticism on an ad hoc basis.