The AHRC deadline is 12 March 2024, 4.00 pm UK time
The second seminar of Ekphrastic Encounters - the interdisciplinary and cross-institutional discussion/research forum on new forms and approaches to ekphrasis - will be led by Sophie Hatchwell, Associate Professor in Art History, University of Birmingham
Ekphrastic Encounters is a newly established interdisciplinary and cross-institutional discussion/research forum on new forms and approaches to ekphrasis at the University of Birmingham.
5th December, University of Leeds
A one-day in-person workshop on retention/progression of home PGR students who identify as Black, Asian or minority ethnic women
The MHR is looking for new editors and new content!
From 2022 to 2026 & led by Black, Asian minority ethnic female professors from six universities - Goldsmiths, Leeds, Plymouth, Reading, Sheffield, & Sunderland — the aim of Generation Delta is to lay the foundations for a long-term increase in the numbers
The survey closes on Monday 25th September 2023
28th September 1-3pm, Online
Find out more about submitting an article to Midland History, and entering the annual Midland History Essay Prize competition. Ask the journal’s editorial board for advice and tips.
Deadline: Friday 29 September 2023, 5.00pm
1st September 2023, British Library, St Pancras London
Music, Sound and Vision Collections
The UKRI Policy Internships scheme provides an opportunity for UKRI-funded doctoral students to undertake a three-month placement at one of a selected group of influential policy organisations
Initially six-months probationary. Closing Date 28th July 2023
Interviews: Week Commencing 14 August 2023
3-month PhD internships to gain experience of science communication and engagement
8 PhD Placement Projects - Deadline 23rd June
Telling a Story: An introduction to Research in Arts & Humanities. Details of the programme, eligibility and how to apply are here:
Undergraduate Summer School
EXTENDED to Friday 14th April 2023.
A talent scheme from the TV Foundation in partnership with the Arts and Humanities Research Council
Arizona State University
15th & 16th June 2023, University of Warwick
Our interdisciplinary conference, Un/Building the Future: The Country and the City in the Anthropocene, will explore the co-constitution of the urban and rural in the face of the Anthropocene.
International fellowships for doctoral and early career researchers
Paid opportunities for students to apply their academic skills to real-world problems
Issue two - Virtual, physical or somewhere in between: Postgraduate pedagogies in the wake of the pandemic. This one-day workshop is planned for mid-August
The Warwick Postgraduate Teaching Community are pleased to announce the CfP for the second issue of the JPPP - Virtual, physical or somewhere in between: Postgraduate pedagogies in the wake of the pandemic.
This survey has been created to ask about the experiences as Black postgraduate taught (PGT) and postgraduate research (PGR) students in relation to any challenges they may have faced at transition points in their academic journey
A series of workshops for PGRs to learn about key document collections held at The National Archives.