We would like to remind you about Keele’s Humanities Work in Progress Seminars that will be running throughout the semester.
These sessions provide an opportunity for postgraduate students in the
Humanities to present current research and receive feedback from
fellow postgraduates and staff in a welcoming peer-led, supportive
environment. The interdisciplinary nature of Keele Postgraduate Work
in Progress seminars encourages academic exchange between disciplines
and can also benefit students who would like to receive insightful
feedback and perspectives from outside of their research field. The
seminar series welcomes work at various stages of development,
providing an engaging and creative forum to voice research ideas,
methods, and generate discussion.
We are currently looking for any PGT and PGR students who would like
to present for our Spring/Summer seminar programme. Slots are for 20
minute papers/presentations and a 10 minute Q & A/ discussion period
so that speakers can receive constructive feedback on research in an
informal, friendly setting.
The Work in Progress seminars are held once a month. If you would
be interested in presenting a paper please email:
We look forward to hearing from you!
Gemma Scott, Hannah Bayley, Jo Taylor and Rob Croton
The Work in Progress Team