5 reasons you should organise a conference during your PhD

This guest post is written by Dorothy Lawrenson, a 2nd year AHRC-funded PhD student in Creative Writing at the University of Edinburgh. She tweets @djlawrenson. Helping to host a conference may feature among the competing demands on your time as a PhD student. The job, which is unlikely to be compulsory, involves a commitment of … Continue reading 5 reasons you should organise a conference during your PhD

Foregrounding the forgotten: Launch of a new interdisciplinary network for the study of overlooked material cultures

This guest blog comes from Lucy Byford, a doctoral candidate at the University of Edinburgh’s art history department researching the avant-garde magazines and performance of Dada in Berlin. Together with co-founders Dr. Lucy Weir, Erica O’Neill, and Alexandra Chiriac, Lucy has set up the network ‘Modernist Methods’ (@BeyondFineArt) for researchers working on overlooked material cultures. … Continue reading Foregrounding the forgotten: Launch of a new interdisciplinary network for the study of overlooked material cultures

Report of SGSAH funded research trip to Poland

Zuzanna Dominiak is a PhD candidate at Dundee and is currently undertaking research on the topic of Exhibiting Comics: Applying Creative and Technological Solutions to the Problems of Displaying Comic Art in Museums, Galleries and Visitor Attractions. Zuzanna also creates comics, which you will read more about in the post below. In April 2018 I … Continue reading Report of SGSAH funded research trip to Poland