This workshop will engage with cultural materialism as a distinctive approach to the study and understanding of cultural phenomena and the structuring of power. We will discuss some key concepts and debates in the cultural materialist tradition.
One of the most significant and accessible media for PGRs to promote their research is through radio broadcasts and podcasts. This series of workshops will introduce students to teh technical skills involved in sound editing and develop your listening skills.
Study Hub is a structured, online study experience with Natalie Lancer. You will spend the day online with Natalie and a small group of other students on Zoom. Natalie will guide you through setting your goals for the day, creativity exercises, and mind mapping the next thing you are working on.
How can you best manage the uncertainties generated by the pandemic? How can you best manage your time, energy and sanity to progress your research and your professional development? How can you make the most of the Techne support to strengthen your resilience?
The 8-week mindfulness course is adapted to the specific needs of postgraduate researchers in the arts and humanities. It covers topics including resilience, being present with strong emotions, the inner critic, compassionate communication, creativity, and value-led project management.
This workshop presents an opportunity to explore the concept of tactile interaction with artistic objects, and to think about how we might develop new tools to overcome a lack of touch in our work and construct a more rounded sensory approach.
The National Archives is offering this training and development seminar, offering insight into our research and work on digital and our collections. We encourage students interested in digital research in cultural heritage, digital humanities and digital scholarship research to attend the session.
The one-day seminar offered by The National Archives’ Collection Care Department aims to introduce students to the practices of conservation and heritage science in an archival setting, and demonstrate how these subjects can enhance their research practices.
The National Archives is offering this workshop aimed at students, researchers and scholars which will reveal how stories from the past contained in archives can underpin all types of humanities scholarship when explained, explored, structured and presented through case studies.