Deadline for proposals: 20 April 2016
- Share your research-in-progress or a new or untested idea
- Start a discussion or find collaborators
- Receive input & critique about an idea
What’s a lightning talk?
Lightning talks describe works in progress or new & untested ideas. The purpose of a lightning talk can be to start a discussion or receive input & critique about an idea. Lightning talk presentations will be 5 minutes each & given without media/slide support.
Who can apply?
Any first or second year (full time equivalent) doctoral student registered for an arts & humanities PhD with any SGSAH member HEI Travel & accommodation costs will be covered. Applications from funded & unfunded students, full & part-time, are all welcome!
How do I apply?
Complete the SGSAH Lightning Talk Competition Application Form & return it to email@example.com by 20 April 2016
When will I know if I’ve been chosen to present?
We will let you know by Friday 29 April if you have been selected to present on the day.
How will you decide who will present?
The quality of the abstracts & descriptions & the range of topics, subjects & HEIs will determine the final line-up.
The competition will take place at the SGSAH Summer School in the Teacher Building, Glasgow, on the afternoon of Thursday 23 June 2016. Successful presentations will be judged by a small panel on the day & the best will win an iPad mini. All abstracts selected for the competition will be published on the SGSAH website.
First published: 21 March 2016