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January 28, 2013

BritGrad. June 1st - 3rd 2017

Friends, postgrads, countrymen…lend us your abstracts!
 
We come to open BritGrad registration.
 
The research that men do lives after them,
 
The best is often entered in their papers,
 
So let it be with BritGrad.
 
 
(What are you waiting for? Get registering now! See the CFP and poster for more details.)

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2 comments

  1. I would be highly impressed if I could present my paper on the Sexual Symbols in Hamlet by Shakespeare, drd Orsolya Péterfy (ELTE UNiversity, Hungary).


  2. Dear Orsolya,

    You need to get in touch with the conference organisers directly: britgrad@yahoo.com

    http://britgrad.wordpress.com/call-for-papers/

    All the best!

    Johann



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