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There are opportunities to study Lawrence's work at all levels within the School of English. We also welcome queries about postdoctoral study and regularly welcome visiting scholars from around the world.
An important part of the business and duty of a university is the patient exploration and interpretation of great art. When a great artist has special connections with a university and the locality where it is situated, that university has a special responsibility.
There are options to study Lawrence in all three of the Scool of English's single honours degrees.
You can also combine study of English with another subject with a joint honours course.
Our Applied English MA Programme has a pod that explores DH Lawrence’s relationship to literary modernism and modernity.
Applied English MA Programme
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Through the Applied English programme you can graduate with the following degree titles:
- MA Applied English
- MA Applied Linguistics
- MA Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching
- MA Literary Linguistics
- MA Professional Communication
- MA English Literature
- MA Modern and Contemporary Literature
- MA World Literatures
- MA Medieval Englishes
- MA Name-Studies
Find out more
We welcome enquiries from people looking to study for a English PhD relating to DH Lawrence. Please contact centre director Dr Andrew Harrison for initial discussions about your research proposal.
Recent successful PhD candidates include:
The Centre has a strong track record in assisting strong students to produce successful AHRC funding applications, and the University of Nottingham is the lead institution in the Midlands4Cities Doctoral Training Partnership, a collaboration of eight partner institutions across the midlands.
There is extensive support for students of all levels both within the School of English and across the University.
The Faculty of Arts is part of a world-class research university