Becoming a Digital Humanities PhD Student: workshop at King's College London

19 Dec 2012 (All day)

Following the success of last year event, we are glad to announce a second edition of the workshop "Becoming a Digital Humanities PhD Student".

Are you thinking of doing a MPhil/PhD in Digital Humanities or Digital Humanities with Hellenic Studies, Classics, Comparative Literature, History, English, French, German, Musics, Cultural Studies? And would you like to study in central London at one of the world top universities?

If the answer is yes, come to our event to meet potential supervisors and current PhD students. There will also be a research clinic, andy a drink reception.

Additionally, this event is open to all University of London MA and current MPhil/PhD students who would like to add a digital component to their PhD.

23 January 4pm to 8pm in Council Room Strand Campus

Programme

4:00-6:00 - PhD Seminar

Two current PhD students in Digital Humanities will present the progress of their dissertation:

6:00-8:00 - The PhD in Digital Humanities
 

  • Welcome to PhD Programme: Structure and Aims (Professor Willard McCarty)
  • Being a Digital Humanities PhD Student:  Perspectives of two Current Students
  • Interventions by Prof Andrew Prescott, Dr John Lavagnino, Dr Peter Stokes and Dr Elena Pierazzo

7.00-8.00 Session 2 (Drinks Reception) Research Clinic and Networking

Find more details on our website:
http://www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/depts/ddh/study/pgr/workshop.aspx