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New Perspectives on Non-State Political Violence

The School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics of Queen’s University Belfast opens a call for papers for the conference dedicated to new perspectives on non-state political violence. We welcome PhD and early-career researchers as well as experienced academics and practitioners from a broad range of backgrounds who are interested in innovative ways of researching and analysing non-state political violence.

12th July 2019

ESRC Policy Internships Scheme

The Scheme provides the opportunity for doctoral students funded by the research councils of UK Research and Innovation to work for three months in one of a selected group of highly influential policy organisations.

9th July 2019

Born-Digital Archives: A Practical Introduction

This workshop offers a chance to explore some of the implications of born-digital archives with academics, staff from the British Library, and fellow AHRC PhD researchers from the CHASE, South West & Wales, and WRoCAH Doctoral Training Partnerships. You will gain valuable insights into work-in-progress at the British Library to enhance access to its born-digital literary collections.

14th June 2019

Re:Locations: Navigating Visions of the Asia-Pacific

Through the lens of “navigation” and “relocation,” this symposium will contribute to knowledge about Asian and Pacific contexts, and the Asia-Pacific world, by investigating the important role of transit, mobilities and encounters in the history of art and visual culture. Deadline for abstract submission: 9 September 2019

8th May 2019

Science Fiction Beyond the West: Futurity in African and Asian Contexts

This one-day symposium taking place at SOAS is interested in exploring how the futures imagined in African and Asian contexts key into social issues, explore cultural anxieties and experiment with alternative realities and possibilities. Call for papers: Deadline 31 May 2019.

8th May 2019

Graduate Support Network

We are excited to announce the launch of the Graduate Support Network, a new initiative being launched by the Careers Service. This network is made up of dedicated online and video resources, workshops, recruitment events and application services for SOAS graduates.

3rd December 2018

Funded Postgraduate Conference Places – Reimagining Records by the National Archives

Reimagining records is a two-day event that explores new interpretations of medieval crown, court and clergy records. The first day of this event brings together speakers from both UK and international universities for an academic conference. On the second day, postgraduate students and early career researchers are invited to attend a series of hands-on workshops on reconsidering the use of medieval records.

6th June 2018

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