Experimental Approaches to Writing Research by Sarah Raine & Craig Hamilton

Experimental Approaches to Writing Research by Sarah Raine & Craig Hamilton

Experimental Approaches to Writing Research workshop | 9th June 2017 | organised by Sarah Raine and Craig Hamilton, Birmingham School of Media   It was a dark and stormy night… (scratch that) …day. They came: bleary eyed yet still expectant to the #bestroomintheplace to write. To experiment. To work (they assumed, somewhat wearily). Free lunch, free wine, new ideas […]

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Viva 60-second interview: Dr Grace Williams

Viva 60-second interview: Dr Grace Williams

Hi Grace, congratulations on passing your viva! So, how does it feel?! It feels surreal and strangely not at all euphoric.   What was your PhD title? The Supernatural Sex: Women, Magick & Mediumship, Assembling a Field of Fascination in Contemporary Art.   Can you explain in a couple of sentences what your PhD was […]

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Advice from a PhD student

Advice from a PhD student

An anonymous blog post by a current PhD student …   IF I COULD GO BACK AND OFFER MYSELF ADVICE BEFORE WRITING THE LITERATURE REVIEW … 1. Use you supervision team and talk to them. It’s tough to start writing to a blank criteria. Have conversations early on and establish what is expected of you. […]

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