Humanities & Social Sciences The Graduate School

  • Students working on computers in the Graduate School
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  • conference table in the graduate school
  • students working on computers in the graduate school
  • students working on computers in the graduate school
  • Meeting rooms with glass doors in the Graduate School
  • students working together at desks in the graduate school
  • a large purple seated area in front of a long desk work space in the graduate school
  • students working on computers in the graduate school
  • conference table in the graduate school
  • conference space in the graduate school
  • students working on computers in the graduate school
  • students working on computers in the graduate school
  • meeting rooms with glass doors in the graduate school
  • students meeting in meeting space in the graduate school
  • a large purple seated area in front of a long desk work space in the graduate school

The Graduate School brings together postgraduate students from the variety of disciplines within the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences.

We're an intellectual community that includes students from every continent, and frequently welcomes distinguished academics and external visitors to our Graduate School Seminar Series, conferences and events. We also host an annual Open Evening for prospective applicants.


Postgraduate research areas

News

  • (SGSSS) Interdisciplinary Studentship Opportunity - Psychology


    The aim of this PhD is to evaluate whether combining brain stimulation with mirror therapy provides additional therapeutic value for stroke survivors. It will also examine how the person’s beliefs and expectations impact on engagement and outcome. (Deadline: 19th October)
  • The Travelling Roadshow on Computers and Text

    The Travelling Roadshow on Computers and Text, facilitated by Professor Gabriel Egan of De Montfort University’s Centre for Textual Studies, will visit the University of Strathclyde on 22 and 23 March.
  • Workshop on applying for AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnerships


    This event aims to encourage applications to the Collaborative Doctoral Partnership scheme, by sharing knowledge and fostering partnerships with some of the external organisations that have been awarded CDP studentships by the AHRC.

Events

  • Thursday
    June
    14

    "Stasis, Stillness and Immobility in Spanish Crisis Cinema (2008 – 2015)"

    Presenter: Raquel Martinez Martin, PhD Candidate, Spanish

    Chair: Professor Karen Boyle

  • Thursday
    April
    19

    "Can't Define, Won't Define Historical Fiction"

    Presenter: Bryony Stocker (PhD Candidate, Creative Writing)

    Chair: Dr David Goldie (English)

  • Thursday
    February
    15

    "Memory, transfer and creativity - applying the cognitive psychology of education in the face of global threats"

    Presenter: Jonathan Firth (PhD Candidate, Education)

    Chair: Professor Ian Rivers

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