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Tue, 24 May 2022 14:55:00 BST
This session gives attendees the opportunity to hear and discuss current scholarship in the field of textual editing, as well as allowing for the chance to investigate selected case-studies and worked examples of textual editing.
The session will feature a short framing lecture, and then present different sorts of examples of (creative) practice research that have been used within research contexts. This is way of working has become more popular in the past decade, and the event will explore the distinctions between 'practice-led' and 'practice-based' research, and the benefits and drawbacks of these approaches.
In this workshop, run by SGSAH's Citizenship, Culture & Ethics KE Hub, we'll practice strategies for reaching out to collaborators, employers or partners outside academia.
How you present is as important, if not more, than what you say! This session will help you get it right and show the audience exactly what you need to get your message across.
This participative workshop helps you rethink your ‘to do’ list by starting with how you define or redefine the scope of your research project and talking through your expectations and others’ expectations.
The session aims to explore how improvisation can help to enhance listening, to improve flexibility and receptivity and to reduce the bias connected to set expectations while working collaboratively or through participatory practices in research. The workshop is meant to be a playful way to think about intellectual property and agency, while inviting researchers to think about the unexpected - and the necessity to adapt to it - as an opportunity.
This event is brought to you by the SGSAH Cultural & Museum Studies Discipline+ Catalyst. It will discuss: how can visual mapping, based upon actor-network theory (ANT), frame a ‘roundtable’ exploration of potential interest in academic research that can inform the design and dissemination of meaningful impact?
This workshop offers an honest, transparent view of postdoctoral life, showing how you can remain hopeful while navigating these often precarious, uncertain, and confusing years.
This workshop aims to explore specific applications of autoethnographic methods within a research project and what form these might take. We will begin by breaking down practice-based research into three main domains (framework, method, and data), discussing the implications for this approach for different kinds of project.
This session is focused on the complex issues of relationality, difference and materiality in ecological thinking. The aim of the session is to consider whether ecological thinking needs a material dimension, and what that might be.
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 help you understand the key differences between academic writing and non-academic writing, identify and adapt to different audiences, and work through practical ways to approach writing for non-academic audiences.
Mon, 01 Jun 2020 14:43:00 BST
This plenary roundtable welcomes back three SGSAH alumni, who during their PhDs and beyond have developed particular expertise in showcasing their research, in taking it out into wider communities, and creating platforms for discussion connecting academia to the various audiences.
SGSAH will be hosting its annual Doctoral Research Showcase to illustrate the innovative research being undertaken by arts & humanities doctoral researchers across Scotland. All are welcome to attend.
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