DHLRC
D.H. Lawrence Research Centre
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The DH Lawrence Research Centre

The Centre was founded in 1991 with the aim of celebrating the work of Lawrence and promoting understanding of his life and legacy both within and outside academia.

Today it organises academic conferences, exhibitions and public events relating to Lawrence within the University of Nottingham, while also working alongside DH Lawrence Heritage in Eastwood to showcase his importance for the local area through permanent and temporary exhibitions in the birthplace museum and D.H. Lawrence Heritage Centre, and through the organisation of the annual D.H. Lawrence Festival of Culture.

D.H. Lawrence Research Centre

Arts and Humanities PhD studentships for 2017 entry

Deadline for applications: 16 January 2017

The Centre aims to celebrate the work of Lawrence and promote understanding of his life and legacy both within and outside academia.
 

Journal of DH Lawrence Studies

The Centre also edits the Journal of D.H. Lawrence Studies on behalf of the D.H. Lawrence Society of Great Britain.

Resources

Open educational resources are available, including those from the University of Nottingham Manuscripts and Special Collections, and other related links to D.H. Lawrence study materials.

News

PhD opportunity working with manuscripts and special collections

PhD opportunity working with manuscripts and special collections
Description
New PhD studentship in the Faculty of Arts to study our manuscripts and special collections.
Date:
10/11/2016

AHRC PhD funding application deadline: 16 January 2017

Description
Applications for Midlands3Cities Doctoral Partnership AHRC funding for commencement of PhD study in 2017 are now open. Choose from three workshops in November to assist with your application.
Date:
27/10/2016

School of English scores 94% in NSS 2016

School of English scores 94% in NSS 2016
Description
The University of Nottingham's results for the 2016 National Student Survey (NSS) are in. The results are the University's best to date and its strongest year-on-year improvement since the NSS began in 2005. School of English scored 94% for 'overall satisfaction'.
Date:
11/08/2016

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In the Press

Coverage in the New Zealand and British Media of the DHLRC’s discovery of an unpublished Lawrence manuscript

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Dr Andrew Harrison

Centre for Regional Literature and Culture

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