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Chasing the Archives

Chasing the Archives: Exchanges, Encounters, Elisions

Wednesday 4 October | Caird Library, National Maritime Museum, London

CHASE is pleased to announce an archival training day. The training is being organised in conjunction with the upcoming Coetzee and the Archive conference on 5th October 2017.  Only 10 places are available so early registration is advised for what promises to be a unique training opportunity. All CHASE scholars are invited to register but priority will be given to those who have booked to attend the Coetzee and the Archive conference. Further details will be made available to participants offered places on the training day.

This training has been organised by Dr Kai Easton (SOAS) and CHASE funded student Marc Farrant (Goldsmiths/Kent). It will be of interest and relevant to all CHASE scholars, particularly studying literature and/or interested in archival research.

Please note: you will need to be available all day on 4th October 2017 and should be prepared for an early start. CHASE will be able to offer accommodation support to those students travelling from outside London to attend the training.

Due to the very limited number of places, this training is only available to CHASE scholars. Please do not circulate this page.

Please register using the form below by midday on Monday 25 September. You will be notified whether you have a place at least one week before the training day.


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