It is indeed already September, and new people will soon be joining us. This is just a brief update, a notice to let everyone know that there is someone on here bringing our web presence out of dormancy, and that there were some thoughts to share in the aftermath of our conference in June (to... Continue Reading →
Our next meeting will take place on Wednesday 24th May, 15.00-17.00, room TBA. This will be the last meeting before the conference, so we'll be using the time to allow people to practice and discuss elements of their papers. If you're presenting at the conference and would like to get in some practice or get feedback... Continue Reading →
Call for Papers SHU Humanities Postgraduate Conference 2017 Hosted by SHSU Postgraduate Research Students’ Society - 1st and 2nd June 2017 ‘Between three counties far apart that lay We were divided and looked strangely each At the other, and we knew we were not friends But fellows in a union that ends With the necessity... Continue Reading →
Just a little notice of an event that may be of interest to people in the group: Could you explain your research in exchange for a drink? Do you want to try out some public engagement down the pub? Do you want to hear about the latest research taking place right on your door step?!... Continue Reading →
6.10.2016 - CONGRATS! Belated congratulations to former group member Dr. Ben Wilkinson who is now a Lecturer in English at the University of Bolton!
Sheffield Hallam University History Postgraduate Research Students’ Annual Conference 2016 22 May 2016 reported by Julia Podziewska from left to right Rachel Franklin, Steven Burke, Adam Gilbert, Karen Porter, Alan Malpass, Richard Taylor, Geoff Eley, Michael O’Donnell, Bruce Collins, Robbie Aitken. Leading academics and PhD research students from History and English Literature gathered at the... Continue Reading →
DO remember that you are the expert in the room. If your supervisors agreed with you that it was the right time to submit your thesis, then you are being examined on a piece of work that is PhD worthy – an original contribution to knowledge in your specific area. DO enjoy the examiners’ warm-up... Continue Reading →
Congratulations to Ben Wilkinson for passing his PhD viva! Great work, Ben!