The Early Career Club (ECC) is a series of seminars directed mainly at doctoral students, research fellows and teaching fellows and it addresses issues related to practical aspects of academic life (such as publishing, presenting at conferences, and applying for jobs). Our monthly meetings have two main aims: to get advice from peers/more senior colleagues on a specific topic, having an informal and stimulating discussion with them and with other early career academics, and also create a community among PhD students and early career fellows.
We usually meet monthly during term time. The one-hour meetings will consist of a short informal talk by a more senior scholar, followed by discussion, questions, and conversation.
Besides the topics of the meetings already scheduled, other topics include: the gap between PhD; from dissertation to book; work/life balance; research/administrative/
These meetings are open to any PhD Students, postdocs, early career teaching and research fellows, and interested members of staff. We very much encourage suggestions relating to possible topics and speakers.
NB: This year, meetings will be held virtually, using MS TEAMS. In order to attend the virtual seminars, please register in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, so that you can be included in the meeting. The deadline for registration is 24 hours before the event. Alternatively, to register for the entire programme, please simply specify this in your email.
Sophie Hartles (Renaissance Centre), Sophie.Hartles@warwick.ac.uk
2020-21 - Programme
Wed. 28th October 2020 (1-2pm)
Prof. David Lines: Building your scholarly profile: What to publish, why, and how
Mon. 9th November 2020 (3-4pm)
Joint session with the Warburg Institute
Dr Alex Feldman-Dr Micha Lazarus: Whose Classics?
Please note the different time. This virtual meeting will be held using Zoom.
Thur. 11 February 2021 (1-2pm)
Kate Courage: 'A Subject Librarian by any other Name...Careers in Academic Libraries'
Thur. 18th March 2021 (1-2 pm)
James Green: 'Project Proposals for Post-Doctoral Fellowships'