In addition to the CHASE Training and Development Programmes, the CHASE events calendar includes events that are run by CHASE Members, CHASE Non-HEI Partners and others that could be of interest as a PhD student. Entry requirements vary, please check the event details.
If you are 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.
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This two-day training workshop for PhD students focuses on the study of and dealing with difficult feelings in theatre and performance research.
Three one-day workshops held at SOAS University of London and the Victoria & Albert Museum, British Museum and British Library.
The aim of these training sessions will be to investigate these materially and economically significant terrains, exploring their cultural and historical groundedness, while asking a number of questions about the changing uses and stresses to which land and environment are put.
The CHASE Arts and Humanities in the Digital Age programme will engage you with the concepts and practices that form the field of Digital Humanities, preparing you for the challenges of doing research in an increasingly digital world.
This two-day advanced training workshop brings key practitioners in film, video, and sound together with CHASE PhD students and staff to explore new research methods for creating moving-image works organised around an ecological sensibility; one that is attuned to both human and non-human modes of perception.
This programme of innovative skills training is geared toward those involved in practice research, generally, and arts research, specifically. The nature of the training is inherently interdisciplinary, devised and developed by researchers across Fine Art, Performance and Poetry.
This two-part residential course will provide you with the tools required to read and understand the Latin texts relevant to your research at a deeper level and will allow you to explore the challenges of working with Classical, medieval and Renaissance Latin materials over the course of the academic year.