Oral History for Public Culture - Training programme
CHASE and the Sussex ESRC Doctoral Training Centre are delighted to announce that the Oral History for Public Culture training programme is now open for applications. This training programme offers a unique opportunity for arts and humanities and economic and social research PhD students to collaborate and engage in training from leading academics and professionals. CHASE funded and Sussex ESRC Doctoral Training Centre students have priority booking but spaces are limited so you are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.
The CHASE Management Board was pleased to offer a number of awards to academic staff at CHASE member institutions for events or other initiatives to promote the development of subject or interdisciplinary networks within the Consortium.
Following the call for applications the first of the events are now open to faculty across CHASE institutions.
SPARC Networking Event (Spatial and GeoHumanities Research Collaborations) Monday 6 July Kent Medway Campus
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.
Fortnightly during term time (see website for dates) Royal Anthropological Institute
Seminar series for PhDs and Postdocs to present a full chapter/paper.
To put your name forward for next term, please contact Gemma Aellah.
Using Museum Archives Monday 13 July British Museum
The workshop will involve an opportunity to discuss British Museum archive material, a paper by guest speaker Dr Kate Hill (University of Lincoln), and spotlight papers by Chris Manias, Rebecca Coll, Caroline Cornish, Laura Carter, Amara Thornton and Tom Kiely.
RSA Early Career Conference 2015 Thursday 29 - Friday 30 July ICOSS, University of Sheffield The Regional Studies Association conference will give early career researchers the opportunity to network, collaborate and socialise with others working in regional studies and related fields. Call for submissions is currently open.
As a CHASE funded student you can apply for support for travel and subsistence costs for presenting at conferences or symposia relevant to your research or career development. Please use the CHASE application form for student support funding available on the CHASE VRE.
Biopolitical Ireland Friday 30 October King's College London
Biopolitical Ireland is an inter-disciplinary conference which aims to facilitate debate in this area by focusing on the theme of the family.Proposals invited for papers and panel discussions from postgraduate scholars of Irish literature, history, and culture.
Society for Italian Studies Postgraduate Conference Friday 6 November Italian Cultural Institute
Post-graduate students within the field of Italian studies will present 20 minutes papers addressing the effects of war and conflict on Italian art, literature and cultural production. Participants will be required to give a 15/20 minute presentation on their research and thereafter partake in the discussion on interdisciplinarity. Email PG.SISConference@rhul.ac.uk.
Colloquium for the Society for Medieval Archaeology Thursday 12 - Saturday 14 November University of Sheffield
The general theme of the event will centre on avenues of interdisciplinary research which benefit medieval archaeology therefore we encourage papers from a broad range of subject areas with links to archaeology. Papers from across the medieval period and all geographical areas are welcomed.
Abstracts of no more than 150 words should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.