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Dissertation Remix

What if your dissertation wasn’t your dissertation? What if it was a poem, a detective novel, or even a recipe? In this workshop you’ll explore playful ways to transform or remix your dissertation, turning your academic work into something new. This will help you to think about the core concepts of your research, encourage creativity, and open up new ways of thinking about your dissertation and argument.

Please bring 1-2 paragraphs of your dissertation draft to remix. This could be the abstract, or a paragraph you are not happy with and want to improve. You must have a piece of writing to transform for this workshop. If you are not at that stage, you may find one of our Destination: Dissertation workshops more helpful. 

Please book your chosen date below.

Please note: due to room availability over the summer we have very limited capacity for these sessions. Please book early to avoid disappointment. If you can no longer attend please cancel your session online so that we can offer your place to someone else on the waiting list.

Places may occasionally be available on the day of the workshops. You are welcome check with the tutor at the workshop if there is space. Please note that we cannot guarantee you a place if you chose to do this, and that the tutor’s decision is final.

Workshops scheduled:

Accessibility

This session will involve peer to peer conversations and reading each other’s work. You may, if you chose, read your work out to the room.

We welcome students with visible and non-visible disabilities, specific learning differences, or other complex needs, in all of our workshops. The rooms we have been given to use over the summer are smaller than usual, please check here for room information and layout.

We encourage you to get in touch if you have any specific access requirements, or need more information about the content and delivery method of a specific workshop. We will do our best to ensure that you are able to attend. You can contact Erika directly at e.hawkes@warwick.ac.uk