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Current CHASE Network & Reports

CHASE Networks

Following a call for Network Development activities in Summer 2015, a number of events have taken place and are already beginning to develop and plan for future networking events.

Reports on the some of the activities are posted below. If you are interested in being involved in any of them, please contact the lead for each network, as listed.

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The Learned Book Across Borders

Contact: Dr Thomas Roebuck

Gender, Sexuality and Violence Research Network


Languages of the Global: Women and International Political Thought

Contact: Dr Katharina Rietzler 

SPARC Networking Event (Spatial and GeoHumanities Research Collaborations)

Contact: Dr Benjamin Vis

Eighteenth-Century Femininities: A New CHASE Network

Contact: Dr Ann Lewis

The Network for Research on Home

Contact: Dr Bojana Petric

CHASE Digital Humanities Network

Contact: Dr Francesca Benatti

Psychoanalysis network

Contact: Professor Vicky Lebeau

Epieikeia: Critical Equity Network

Contact: Nick Piska

Exploring Non-Religious Christian, Jewish and Muslim Identities

Contact: Dr Abby Day

North American Poetics network (NAP)

Contact: Professor Nick Selby

Locating Beckett

Contact: Dr Tom Nickson

CHASE Network in Russian Studies

Contact: Professor Peter Waldron

Medical Humanities Network

Contact: Dr. Jo Winning

Post‐Kantian Value Theory: beyond
relativism and extremism

Contact: Dr Manuel Dries

Situated Methods: Media, Digital Arts, and
Design Practices for Social Change

Contact: Dr Emile Devereaux

Screen Studies Postgraduate Network

Contact: Dr Rachel Moore

Periodical Studies
(yet to take place - event info here)

Contact: Dr Jennie Batchelor

Humanities in Human Rights

Contact: Dr Wendy McMahon

Botanical Conflicts

Contact: Dr Shela Sheikh

The Learned Book Across Borders in the Early-Modern World (1500-1700)

Contact: Dr Thomas Roebuck

Critical Theory and 20 Century Thought
German Thought

Contact: Dr Gordon Finlayson


Contact: Dr Helen Coffey

South East Network for Critical Theory
and 20th Century Thought

Contact: Dr Gordon Finlayson

Sexual Objectification 

Contact: Dr Hans Maes

 Mapping Narratives

Contact: Dr Sarah Wood

Animate Assembly (with Arts and Humanities in the Digital Age)

Contact: Professor Esther Leslie

The Matter of the Archive before 1700

Contact: Anthony Bale

The Promise of Immersion

Contact: Professor Paul Allain

Media Reform Coalition

Contact: Dr Justin Schlosberg

CHASE Graduate School in American Art and Visual Culture

Contact: Professor David Peters Corbett

Postcolonial Literary Studies

Contact: Professor David Johnson