September 07, 2008

Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar Series

Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar Series, 2008–9

*** EXTENDED DEADLINE: 1st October 2008***

The programme is now being compiled for the 2008-2009 Arts Faculty Seminar Series.

The Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar will meet at 17.00 on the third and seventh Wednesdays of each term in the Graduate Space on the fourth floor of the Humanities Building. The first presentation will start at 17.30, with each lasting no longer than twenty minutes. Chairs need not prepare questions in advance of presentations.

Postgraduate research students from all Departments within the Arts Faculty are invited to present papers of 20 minutes. Each seminar will consist of two/three presentations followed by a question and answer session facilitated by a panel chair. Refreshments will be provided.

This is a relaxed, informal environment in which to present and discuss your research. Works in progress and drafts of conference papers are especially welcome; the seminar series is an extremely useful opportunity to gain experience in giving a conference paper and chairing a panel as well as to engage in academic discussion about your research with postgraduates across other disciplines. If you are interested, please contact the organisers indicating the subject area of your research and/or a provisional title (we recognise that this will be subject to change at this stage).

If you know others working in similar research areas, you may wish to put together a panel.

Please email the organisers by 1st October:

Adam Putz,

Charlotte Mathieson

Jeanine Tuschling

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