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Graduate School News & Events


  • The Travelling Roadshow on Computers and Text - 22 & 23 March 2018

    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. Funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the Roadshow will comprise a series of lectures, demonstrations and hands-on lab-based workshops to provide training in computational methods in textual studies to postgraduate students and early-career researchers. Find out more here.

  • Workshop on applying for AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnerships - 28 March 2018

    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.

    Please view the programme and sign up for the event here on Eventbrite.

  • Kuwait National Liberation Day - 26 February 2018


  • Supervisors' Workshop with Professor Dee Heddon

    Professor Dee Heddon, Dean of the Scottish Graduate School for Arts and Humanities, will be leading a supervisors' workshop at 3-4pm next Wednesday 21 February in Lord Hope 228.

    She will outline policies and guidance for current and prospective supervisors in the AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership Scotland, and also provide an overview of upcoming opportunities for collaborative supervision with other universities and external organisations, and with other research councils. Colleagues from other faculties, with interests in cross-disciplinary supervision, will be attending.

    Please RSVP to Dr Sarah Edwards (if you have not already done so). Refreshments will be available.



  • Thursday

    GRADUATE SCHOOL SEMINAR: "Stasis, Stillness and Immobility in Spanish Crisis Cinema (2008 – 2015)"

    Presenter: Raquel Martinez Martin, PhD Candidate, Spanish

    Chair: Professor Karen Boyle

    4.30pm - 5.30pm, Lord Hope Room 211a/b