**SGSAH Studentship Opportunities 2022**
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Wed, 26 May 2021 16:18:00 BST
Heard about this storytelling thing and want to know more? This is the workshop for you. Stories are one of the most effective ways to engage audiences with your work. Research is ripe for finding impactful tales, from personal anecdotes to making the best use of examples, storytelling is an invaluable skill for anyone who wants to present with impact.
This workshop will deliver hands-on experience in close reading analysis of texts, both creative and critical, and provide the space for participants to develop analyses for their own theses.
This session investigates key approaches to mindfulness and creative engagement with museum and gallery collections.
This is an introduction to public engagement giving participants techniques and skills to engage the public with their research. The workshop gives a step by step approach to plan successful engagement and communication. Explore the key ingredients to develop high quality and high impact content and activities that can bring your research to life.
In this online session, we explore the psychological and practical ways we can deal with self-doubt: What happens? Why does it happen? and the solutions you can apply to change self-doubt into self-belief.
Tue, 25 May 2021 10:52:00 BST
Online video exhibition from six contemporary European artists at different stages of their careers, daily artists talks, and discussion session on digital curation.
Mon, 01 Jun 2020 14:43:00 BST
This roundtable will hear from researchers in the arts and humanities from across Scotland whose work informs or functions as activism.
This session provides non-Gaelic speakers (and beginning learners) with a taste of the language, including some tips on how to pronounce and understand the meanings and importance of Gaelic names of people and places; and direction to resources and language-learning opportunities, including what to do after DuoLingo.
This workshop explores a range of methodological, communicative and ethical challenges associated with research abroad, and offers practical insights into how the modern languages student can best navigate research encounters in intercultural and interlinguistic settings.
Fri, 29 May 2020 16:18:00 BST
This session explores how intellectual property law impacts doctoral researchers, and how this can be used protect the commercial potential of their intellectual outputs.
This workshop explores strategies for placing archival and other forms of historical research into conversation with contemporary issues and contexts, focusing on the role of the reflexive researcher.
Thu, 20 May 2021 09:13:00 BST
This workshop is part of the International Summer School programme and aims at providing an insight into the Esperanto movement in the early twentieth century. It will showcase a transnational historical perspective in theory and practice.
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