This series of five interdisciplinary training events will reflect on how different creative and critical practices explore the representation of the personal, the boundaries and openness between the private and the social, the narratives in which self and other are entwined, and will focus on the intellectual, critical, legal and ethical issues that these raise.
Sessions will be delivered by leading academics and practitioners from across the CHASE consortium. Click ‘apply now’ below to see the draft schedule of events.
Applications are invited from arts & humanities research students in the CHASE Doctoral Training Partnership.
As a CHASE funded student you can apply for support for travel and subsistence costs for attending events relevant to your research. Please use the CHASE application form for student support funding available on the CHASE VRE
Society for Women in Philosophy (SWIP) UK Annual Conference 'Philosophy and Other Voices'
27-28 March, University of Essex - Colchester Campus
The aim of this conference is to explore the possibilities for enriching philosophy through exposure to its many ‘Others’. More information here
Radical History Conference Tuesday 24 March, Birkkbeck, University of London What is radical history? A Postgraduate led interdisciplinary conference More information here
Uniques Project Showcase - FREE
Friday 20 March, Maidstone Museum & Bentlif Art Gallery
Join the Uniques Profject team and Partners to hear about the new finds, successes and challenges of 'Uncovering Ethnographic Collections in Kent & Sussex' More information here
The Digital Academic: Tools and Tips for Research Impact and ECR Employability Monday 23 March, University of Warwick, Coventry Practical workshop featuring a line-up of speakers who will share their top tips for building your online academic profile and managing a blog. To find out more and book your place here
Raymond Williams Now Conference Saturday 20 May, Friends' Meeting House, Central Manchester. More information here
SAVE THE DATE- BFI Media Conference Thursday 2 & Friday 3 July, BFI Southbank Full programme online and bookings open Friday 13 March For a look at last year's conference, click here
Museums Coastlines and the Sea Conference Wednesday 20 (evening) - Friday 22 May The Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts, University of East Anglia Papers to be received by Friday 20 March
Contactsifaconference.firstname.lastname@example.org more information or full details of call for papers here
MORPH2015:A conference on the Archaeological Applications of Morphometrics Thursday 28 May, Avenue Campus (B65), University of Southampton Abstracts are invited for any topics/research associated with the implementation and use of traditional and/or geometric morphometric analyses within archaeology. Abstracts should be between 200-300 words and should be submitted before Friday 10 April More information here