Dr Will Abberley will particpate in the scheme run by BBC Radio 3 and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)
There are three weeks left to register for the conference
Registration for the conference is now open
We spoke to the storytellers and D. Phil students behind the AHRC funded project
The group aims to bring together D.Phil students and postdoctorate researchers working in the interdisciplinary field of literature and science
An interdisciplinary dialogue on creative responses to the global water crisis
Call for papers for The Oxford-Princeton-Münster Workshop in Early Modern History
Didacticism, Satire and Song: Understanding the Jena Songbook
Call for papers for a cross-disciplinary forum on human-plant relationships
Call for Papers
Call for papers
Part of the ‘Building a Business’ lecture series for Humanities and Social Sciences researchers
A chance for people taking part in the writing partnerships and peer mentoring scheme this term to find ways of making their meet-ups as effective as possible.
A weekly lunch with free food and short talks for all Humanities early-career people.
Yoga, pilates, and deep relaxation taster session.
Relaxation, meditation, and understanding stress.
A Humanities early-career event focusing on how to work effectively, encompassing time and stress management, attention to personal goals, and the benefits of mindfulness practice.
A friendly, constructive forum for sharing work-in-progress with other early-career academics from across the Humanities Division.
Find out what portfolio careers are and whether they might suit you.
Learn how to use your voice, body language, and a strong narrative structure to enhance your presentation or lecturing style.
AHRC-TORCH Graduate Fund 2017-18
AHRC-TORCH Graduate Fund 2016-17
Early Career Writers' Workshop
AHRC-TORCH Public Engagement with Research Summer School
Graduate Student Peer Review College
TORCH Academic Writing Group