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Events

Doing Digital Research with The National Archives – Talk and Q&A

Two sessions: Talk and Q&A – Thursday 26th May 10-11:30am Interactive session – Friday 27th May 10-11:30am Event description The aim of this event is to get you thinking about how digital research skills may be of use in the cultural heritage sector, both during your PhD and on the other side. There are no […]

Doing Digital Research with The National Archives – Interactive Session

Two sessions: Talk and Q&A – Thursday 26th May 10-11:30am Interactive session – Friday 27th May 10-11:30am Event description The aim of this event is to get you thinking about how digital research skills may be of use in the cultural heritage sector, both during your PhD and on the other side. There are no […]

Queen Mary University of London | Linguistics Department Seminar

Zoom

"A sociolinguistic perspective on why it is necessary to distinguish among types of creaky voice" Robert J. Podesva Stanford University ABSTRACT: As discourses about creaky voice started circulating in the media a decade ago, scholars have shed considerable light on its sociolinguistic complexity (Podesva 2013, Lee 2015, Becker et al. 2017, Zimman 2017). This paper, […]

Free

Alternative Guide to Postgraduate Funding Webinar

Zoom

Are you a current PhD or PGR student who needs extra funding for fees, living expenses, research, conference or 4th year PhD writing-up costs? Have you been adversely affected financially by the Covid-19 Coronavirus? If the answer is ‘yes’, then considering attending this webinar! It’s all about funding from unusual places you probably haven’t heard […]

Jenny Cheshire Lecture 2022 – Miriam Meyerhoff

ArtsTwo Lecture Theatre Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road, London

On Aesthetics and Language Variation - Lecture by Miriam Meyerhoff Most people know that different ways of saying things sound “nice” or “funny” or “sexy”. But linguists are curiously reluctant to engage directly with the fact that we have an aesthetic response to language variation. Qualitative sociolinguists, following anthropologist colleagues, are more open to discussing […]

Free

LISS DTP Pathways 6/7 Research Day

K2.31 (Nash Lecture Theatre), King’s Strand Campus. London

Talks, panels, posters, but also drinks, nibbles and picnic! After two years of pandemics and lockdowns, it is finally time for Pathways 6 and 7 LISS DTP students to meet and get together! This research day is the occasion for all of us to meet other students from pathways 6 and 7 from other institutions, […]

Free

EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT THE ECONOMICS JOB MARKET, BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK

King's College London Strand and Waterloo Campuses

The Qatar Centre for Global Banking and Finance is delighted to offer a workshop aimed at economics PhD students preparing for “the job market”. The workshop will consist of an afternoon of panel discussions and Q&A sessions. Various myths and misunderstandings surround the job market, making the process more stressful and complicated than it needs to be. We hope to dispel those myths by starting a friendly discussion between (and among) students, academics, and private-sector recruiters.