CHASE Workshops for Supervisors return for 2019-20 with a range of events for faculty across CHASE DTP. All arts and humanities supervisors are welcome, regardless of how students are funded.
The Nuclear Culture Research Group in partnership with the Critical Ecologies research stream at Goldsmiths invites CHASE researchers to participate in the symposium ‘Decolonising the Nuclear’ on 22 and 23 October 2019.
This month we are launching a set of training and development workshops called ‘CHASE Essentials’. The workshops are for all students at CHASE institutions and are some of the skills you may require to help you at various stages of your PhD.
Following the most recent Cohort Development Fund open call, the CHASE Training and Development Group are pleased to report that the following training events, both faculty and student-led, have been awarded funds to take place in the coming academic year.
We are delighted to announce that CHASE Encounters is returning to University of Sussex this November on 15th and 16th. As always, we would like to showcase the fantastic range of research that CHASE students are working on.
The CHASE Feminist Network are delighted to announce the recipients of our first round of Small Projects Funding. The network announced the grant awards on Thursday 17 January and awarded pots of up to £500 worth of funding for projects that meet the aims of their network.
The British Centre for Literary Translation, on behalf of CHASE, is pleased to announce two sponsored places at the annual Institute for World Literature (IWL), to be held at Harvard University in summer 2019.
SAVAnT (School of American Visual Art and Text) is offering research travel grants to PhD students in the CHASE consortium for the academic year 2019/20, up to the value of £5000 for visits lasting up to three months. These are intended to fund research activities in archives, museums, libraries and galleries in the United States related to a PhD project.
The Consortium for the Humanities and the Arts South-east England (CHASE) is pleased to announce the success of their bid in the latest round of AHRC funding to support PhD researchers in the arts and humanities.
The British Centre for Literary Translation is pleased to announce two sponsored places at the annual Institute for World Literature (IWL), to be held at the University of Tokyo in summer 2018.