The AHRC North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership in collaboration with Gladstone’s library is pleased to announce The Gladstone Postgraduate Colloquium. 25th-26th September 2016 Gladstone’s Library, Church Lane, Hawarden, CH5 3DF This two-day event aims to bring together postgraduates in nineteenth-century studies from across different disciplines and across the North West region, for discussion, professional and archival… Read More Gladstone Postgraduate Colloquium for Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century
The Global Development Institute is seeking to recruit suitably qualified candidates to 12 academic positions (see link below). http://blog.gdi.manchester.ac.uk/the-global-development-institute-is-hiring/
Paul Stoller is one of the world’s most influential and widely read anthropologists. He writes a regular column for the Huffington Post that reaches a large audience beyond anthropology and academia. The workshop is open to Staff, Post-Docs and PhDs. Limited Spaces: Sign up Here http://doodle.com/poll/ggqruiws4ghg4rzp For details of Paul Stoller’s… Read More Blogging Workshop with Paul Stoller Wed 20th April 2016 1-3pm Uni Place 5206
Could you can reduce your 80,000 word thesis to 180 seconds and win £500? About Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) is a research communication competition developed by The University of Queensland. The exercise challenges YOU to present a compelling oration on your thesis topic and its significance in just three minutes with just 1 static PowerPoint… Read More DEADLINE APPROACHING (APRIL 15)
The following Using Theory sessions will take place this semester. These sessions are lead by current PGR students and are open to all postgraduates in SALC and the Faculty of the Humanities. A full description of the event and registration information can be found at the Eventbrite links below. For readings or any further questions… Read More April – May “Using Theory” Sessions at SALC Grad School – Book your place!