CHASE Research & Training
CHASE Training programmes currently open for registration
12-14 July 2017, University of East Anglia
Pragmatics considers the role of context in the analysis of language, and making observations about language use naturally lends itself to qualitative analysis.
Careers and professional development training.
A series of workshops offering practical advice and guidance for your career development as an arts and humanities scholar.
Dates available to register
Wednesday 19 July - Interviews
Ongoing but not open for applications at this time
Network: The Matter of the Archive before 1700
Continuing Professional Development Workshop: Heraldry
Friday 5 May
College of Arms, 130 Queen Victoria Street
The session is intended for scholars working on the medieval and early modern periods, who encounter heraldry and heraldic emblems and seek to develop their understanding of the practice, and how use it for research into the past.
Arabic Poetry Translation Workshops
Various dates in May and June | Birkbeck, University of London and SOAS, University of London
Participants will attend all four workshops at which the visiting speaker and translator will address a text or group of texts; a general discussion about them will follow, leading to a choice of subject to develop work on over the summer and a reunion in the autumn to review the fruits of the workshop.
Past training programmes and resources, where available, are below.
Funding for Student-led training
The CHASE Training and Development Group is happy to consider proposals for a range of activities from single day events to multiple day, multi-site programmes. Budget can be made available to cover costs for external speakers, catering, external venue hire (where appropriate).