RBC Public Research Seminars: Doctoral Research Double Bill

Online event

RBC Public Research Seminars: Doctoral Research Double Bill 1600-1730 Tuesday 9th March Register here. Akvilè Stuart: Towards a Rediscovery of Alexei Stanchinsky Alexei Stanchinsky (1888-1914) was a Russian pianist-composer whose life was tragically cut short at the tender age of 26. During the ten years he actively composed, he wrote over thirty works for solo […]

What does a thesis look like? Part I

Microsoft Teams

In this discussion-based workshop, you will have the chance to focus on the form of the thesis -- exploring traditional and non-traditional types of presentation; consider the reception of non-traditional forms (in supervision or examination); and what might work best for your research.

BCMCR Popular Music Studies Research Seminars

Online event

BCMCR Research Seminar – Popular Music: PhD Work in Progress 1600-1730 Wednesday 10 March Online event: Please register on Eventbrite at this link; the online meeting link will be emailed out to those who sign up. Emma Gale: Hopes and Dreams for Sale: Mentoring in the Songwriting Community   Gemma Jennison: What are the conversations, discourses […]

Finishing Your PhD

Microsoft Teams

We are pleased to offer this workshop aimed at guiding you through the final stages of a PhD. This workshop is intended for PGRs that expect to submit their thesis within the next 12 months. Led by Professor John Mercer and Drs. Jacqueline Taylor, Oliver Carter, and Sian Vaughan, it will focus particularly on the […]

BCMCR Popular Music Studies Research Seminars

Online event

BCMCR Research Seminar – Popular Music: Songwriting Studies 1600-1730 Wednesday 17 March Online event: Please register on Eventbrite at this link; the online meeting link will be emailed out to those who sign up. Ingrid M. Tolstad (Oslo Metropolitan University) Tracking the songwriting process – collaborative songwriting as social event Ingrid M. Tolstad is a […]

Writing Intensive with Helen Kara

Jitsi

Research shows that writing in groups makes people more productive. Are you an Arts, Design & Media PhD researcher in the mid to late stages of your PhD and working hard on your thesis? Would you like to find out how many thousands – yes, thousands! – of new words you can write in just […]

CPHC webinar – Illustrating Identity

Online event

Monday 22 March: 17:00-18:30 HoPIN Webinar: Illustrating Identity To book your free place nearer to the time, please click here. Adrian, Slaney (BCU), Printed silks Georgina Grant (Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust), Ironware and illustration: the Coalbrookdale Company catalogues Dr Henrietta Lockart (University of Birmingham), Industrial illustration in the Guest, Keen & Nettlefolds Collection Martin Killeen […]

CPHC webinar conference

Online event

CPHC webinar conference – Places, spaces and the printing press: imprinting regional identities 0900-1730 Wednesday 24 March - Thursday 25 March 2021 Information available via this link. This conference considers how the places and spaces associated with printing may have affected the development of the press and its products; and, conversely, how the press and […]

Writing Intensive with Helen Kara

Jitsi

Research shows that writing in groups makes people more productive. Are you an Arts, Design & Media PhD researcher in the mid to late stages of your PhD and working hard on your thesis? Would you like to find out how many thousands – yes, thousands! – of new words you can write in just […]

What does a thesis look like? (Part II)

Microsoft Teams

Run in conjunction with IT specialists, this practical workshop focuses on using Word for thesis creation You will be introduced to some advanced Word tools such as automatic table of contents and figures generation, pagination, inserting images, figures and captions, footnotes, bookmarks and hyperlinks and more to create a professional finish to your thesis.In doing so, you will […]

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