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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Drawing upon the research interests of the Medieval and Early Modern Research Group at the Open University we will be hosting an annual research day on the theme of spaces and places, examining life in buildings, institutions and broader geographical areas from a variety of perspectives.
“Critical Excursions: Continued Navigation Through Space, Place, and Time” is a monthly interdisciplinary exchange programme that aims to expand on the ideas, concepts, and practices that were first conceived during the SPT Nida Sandpit. This project will bring together a number of CHASE researchers from diverse disciplines to engage in a series of monthly, site-specific ‘critical excursions’.
“Furniture without Memories” is a site-specific, two-month exhibition held within the Women’s Art Library, Rutherford Building, on Goldsmiths Campus co-curated by Julia Bieber and Chloe Turner. The residency was made possible by the support of Goldsmith’s Annual Fund, the WAL, The Methods Lab and The Centre for Feminist Research. The exhibition is open to the public and entry is free.
Join Courtauld Gallery curators, and Courtauld Institute alumna Alexandra Gerstein, Ketty Gotardo and Karen Serres for a conversation about their careers and how they went from being PhD students to gallery curators.
This workshop approaches the conference presentation as a moment of public performance. It asks: what are the formal features of an effective presentation? What techniques can a presenter use to communicate with his or her audience – whether in the context of scholarly conferences, public lectures, or arts venues?
This half-day collaborative workshop offers a chance to explore some of the implications of born-digital archives with academics, staff from the British Library, and fellow AHRC PhD researchers from the CHASE, South West & Wales, and WRoCAH Doctoral Training Partnerships.
A one and a half day workshop for PhD candidates with Professor Paul Allain and Stacie Lee Bennett exploring digital film for presenting research and enabling public engagement.