Two British Academy-funded workshops, held in Oxford, providing public engagement training and practical experience, for early-career scholars working on any aspect of early modern studies (c.1450-c.1830).
30th January: structured training sessions and a chance to discuss public engagement with experienced academics and external partners. 14th March: exploring co-creation as a form of public engagement, with professional artists, writers, and musicians. Places are fully subsidised, including travel and accommodation, but availability is limited, and participants must be able to commit to both dates.
To apply for a place, please email Freyja Cox Jensen (email@example.com) by 31 December 2017, with the following information: Your name, Your current postion (eg. PhD student, Lecturer) and institution; why you'd like to take part; a short description of your research area(s) and interest(s)