Advanced Doctoral Training seminars
A series of informal lunchtime workshops which provide a space for you to reflect on your practice as a researcher in the humanities and to hone the transferable skills that will enable you to develop your career during and beyond the PhD, in both academic and other professional contexts.
Time and location
This is a series of informal lunchtime seminars which provide a space for you to reflect on your practice as a researcher in the humanities and to hone the transferable skills that will enable you to develop your career during and beyond the PhD, in both academic and other professional contexts. It is designed to complement the formal training programme provided by subject areas.
These training seminars combine briefings from experts and panel discussions with opportunities for you to reflect critically through constructive discussion with peers.
We are always looking for ideas for additional seminar, so do get in touch if you have suggestions.
Seminars take place 1-2pm in Room G14, William Robertson Wing, Doorway 4, Old Medical School, University of Edinburgh, Teviot Place. Any questions should be addressed to Dr Stephen McDowall, Deputy Director of Postgraduate Studies.
Everyone is warmly welcome.
|Wednesday 16 Oct||
What does a PhD thesis have to do?
|Wednesday 30 Oct||
Postdoctoral research applications
|Wednesday 13 Nov||
Preparing for the Viva (x1)
|Wednesday 22 Jan||
|Wednesday 5 Feb||
Skills, CVs and employment
|Wednesday 26 Feb||
Publishing an academic article
|Wednesday 11 Mar||Preparing for the Viva (x2)|
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Find out what else is on
The School of History, Classics and Archaeology offers an exciting programme of seminars across many subjects areas. Visit the research seminars website to find out what else is happening.