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- Work In Progress
The History PGR Work in Progress sessions are intended to provide doctoral researchers with a platform to share their work and receive feedback from peers. Each week a PhD student provides a flash paper or short piece of writing relevant to their current work which we discuss in the session. Past participants have shared draft chapters, papers and articles from all stages of the thinking and writing process.
All History PGRs are invited to attend and no in-depth subject knowledge is required. We discuss methodological questions, research issues, and provide a platform for PGRs to interact.
Join us in the History PGR Common Room on Teams (all sessions will be online)
Take a look at the papers on Teams: http://bit.ly/WiP-FilesLink opens in a new window (you will need your Warwick credentials to log in)
The Work in Progress sessions (on a Monday evening, online, 17:00-18.30) have been a place for PG researchers in History to come together and share their work, research questions, and any issues they have encountered. The meetings are a great opportunity to get involved in the postgraduate community and meet researchers across the department. If you are interested in offering a paper please contact the organisers, whose names and email addresses are set out o the Work in Progress web page.
- Research Course Regulations
- Supervision and monitoring
- Ethics in Research (and Ethics Review Form)
- Ethics of Research (Integrity of Researchers)
- Presentation and Referencing
- Changes to Registration
- Careers and Employment
- Post-doc Opportunities
- Language Support
- Pre-Modern Handwriting and Research Skills Training
- Research Seminars and Reading Groups
- Doctoral College
- Researcher Development
- The Library and Modern Records Centre (MRC)
- Digital Humanities