CHASE: Consortium for the Humanities and the Arts Southeast England
CHASE brings together 7 leading research universities: The Courtauld Institute of Art, Goldsmiths, University of London,
the Open University, and the Universities of East Anglia, Essex, Kent and Sussex. Together we are seeking to shape a
future in which the values and dispositions of scholarship in the arts and humanities - inventiveness, craft, rigour, intuitive
and counter-intuitive insight - can flourish alongside developments in creative practice, digital technologies and media
We look forward to welcoming the next generation of doctoral researchers to CHASE. Together with our partners in the
creative, cultural and public sectors, we are creating a unique environment in which intellectual ambition is attuned to
the value of research that is at once socially engaged and socially challenging.
Read about the 2014 Phd Student Cohort thesis topics
CHASE scholars will draw on a world-class supervisory base of nearly 1,000 academics, many of whom are also leading practitioners in their fields (including artists, curators, novelists, playwrights, musicians and is fundamental to our ethos,
as is a commitment to experiment with new forms of knowledge and communication.
CHASE Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP)
The CHASE Doctoral Training Partnership programme includes opportunities for cross-institutional supervision and research training, work and study placements with national and international institutions, and the development of research and professional skills relevant to individual students’ needs and ambitions.
More information on CHASE DTP here
The CHASE Training and Development Group (TDG) invites proposals from faculty across all CHASE institutions and disciplines to run training and development activities/events that match the aims of this fund during the academic years 2014-15 & 2015-16.