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June 2019

Demystifying the P-A-P

June 19 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Curzon C315, 4 Cardigan Street
Birmingham, B4 7DB
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Free

PhD students are required to undertake a Progression Assessment Panel after their first year of study (two years for part-time students) to progress onto the rest of their PhD. However, what exactly is the PAP? what does it entail? how can you prepare? and is it really as scary as it sounds?! This workshop includes short presentations from current PhD students who are PAP survivors alongside thoughts from one of our Research Degree Coordinators who is responsible for running PAPs…

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BCMCR Seminar Series – Jazz Studies – Transnational perspectives

June 19 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
C286, Curzon B, Curzon Building
Birmingham,
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Dr. Heli Reimann (University of Helsinki) Jazz-orgasm 1967: Tallinn ’67 jazz festival and Soviet jazz culture in the 1960s Russian pianist Yuri Vicharev in his book ‘The things to recall..’ talks about Tallinn ’67 jazz festival as an ‘orgiastic’ moment in the history of Soviet jazz festivals. I would go further and claim that the festival represents the absolute peak moment for jazz culture across the Soviet Union. To prove this argument I will discuss the issues of political tolerance/intolerance towards…

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Performing peer review

June 26 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
C382, Curzon Building
Birmingham,
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No matter how strong and well-prepared your manuscript, you can guarantee that reviewer 2 will suggest revisions. In fact, the hashtag #reviewer 2 has gone viral – an indicator of curmedgeonly criticism (and fear of it) in the Twittersphere. In this session, a panel of mid-career researchers and Professors will draw on their experiences of giving and receiving peer review. They will also provide examples of how to respond (and how not to respond) when receiving criticism, major revisions or…

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July 2019

PhD picnic

July 3 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Eastside City Park, Curzon Street
Birmingham, B4 7AP
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Take a well-deserved break from your PhD as we come towards the end of the academic year and join us for an informal picnic in the (hopefully) sunny weather. Bring your lunch, kick back and relax with fellow ADM PhD students. We'll be in the park area outside the Parkside Building. Please bring friends or colleagues along too - all welcome! *Please note that this event is weather permitting*

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PGR Studio Annual Conference – Alchemies of Research

July 5
The Parkside Building, 5 Cardigan Street
Birmingham, B4 7BD
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Alchemy is normally associated with the transmutation of matter. However, it also resonates closely with the many transformations that take place in research - from the ordinary to extraordinary, worthless to invaluable, abstract to tangible, tacit to explicit, accidental to creative. Moments of multiplicity and coincidence often mean different elements converge and diverge in an almost magical process, leading to the unknown and infinite possibilities. Alchemies of Research is a one-day conference that invites you to consider your research as…

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