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The event is designed for those in the final 18 months of their PhD, or within five years of completing it, and who are working wholly or partly either on or with neo-Latin material. All others are welcome, though in the event of a large number of applicants, those within that category will be given priority.

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* 1. What is your full name?

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* 2. What is your email address?

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* 3. What is your institution for your graduate studies? If you have recently changed institution (e.g. between MA and PhD, or between PhD and post-doc) it is fine to give both.

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* 4. What stage of your studies are you at? (e.g. third year PhD).

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* 5. Please enter up to five key words to describe the main aspects of your neo-Latin research, or those aspects of your work to which neo-Latin is most relevant (e.g. an author, a genre, a research area).

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* 6. Please enter a brief description of your neo-Latin research project or projects. (If applicable, you may wish to describe briefly both your PhD and your post-doc project.)

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* 7. As a neo-Latinist, what are your greatest concerns in terms of career development at the post-doc and early career stage?

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* 8. Is there anything in particular that you would like to hear covered/discussed at the post-doc event? We are especially interested to know if you have a request which is not already reflected in the schedule for the day.

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* 9. Finally, are you happy for your information (name, email, institution, research interests) to be included on a list for distribution on the day and electronic circulation after the event, to enable networking and possible future collaboration? There is no obligation to agree to this in order to attend the event.

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