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We run a series of workshops, conferences and events throughout the academic year which explore approaches to arts research, research methods and the dissemination of arts and languages research at The University of Manchester and beyond.

DateEvent titleTime
01 October 2018 Letters as Sources Noon – 2pm
08 October 2018 Welcome to hell: Organising Academic Conferences  Noon - 2pm
15 October 2018 Writing Travel Grant Applications Noon - 2pm
22 October 2018 Network analysis and visualisation in historical research Noon - 2pm 
29 October 2018 Academic Research and Public Engagement: Strategies for Project Development Noon - 2pm
05 November 2018 Introduction to Paratext Studies: How to Judge a Book by its Cover Noon - 2pm 
07 November 2018 Understanding Autism & Neurodiversity - a workshop for experienced TAs and Researchers   3pm - 5pm
08 November 2018 Ethnographic fieldwork and interviewing in challenging settings (Intensive course)  Day 1
2pm - 5pm 
12 November 2018 Photography as a Research Tool: Using Photo-elicitation Noon - 2pm 
15 November 2018 Ethnographic fieldwork and interviewing in challenging settings (Intensive course)  Day 2 2pm - 5pm
19 November 2018 Translation and Paratexts (Paratextual Theory in Translation) Noon - 2pm
22 November 2018 Ethnographic fieldwork and interviewing in challenging settings (Intensive course)  Day 3 2pm - 5pm
26 November 2018 Photography as a Research Tool: Using Archival Sources Noon - 2pm
03 December 2018  Research impact through presenting at academic conferences  2pm  - 4pm
10 December 2018  Media Paratexts: Power Games between Texts and Paratexts (Paratextual Theory in Media Studies) Noon - 2pm
04 February  2019 Introduction to Feminist Criticism  Noon - 2pm
05 February 2019 Fieldwork in Practice: Survival Kit 11am- 1pm 
11 February 2019 Quantitative Sources and Skills Lab  Noon - 2pm 
18 February 2019 Introduction to Queer Theory  Noon - 2pm 
25 February 2019  Finding Social Associations in Technical Objects  Noon - 2pm 
04 March 2019  Posthuman Bodies, Posthuman Environments   Noon - 2pm 
11 March 2019 Interactive Mapping Lab   Noon - 2pm 
18 March 2019  How to Measure the Media's Influence  Noon - 2pm
25 March 2019  Best practices for 3D modelling in academic research  Noon - 2pm 
01 April 2019 Striated Space: Re-conceptualising Visual Mapping  Noon - 2pm 

Booking information

All workshops must be booked via the training catalogue in eProg. External guests need to email artsmethods@manchester.ac.uk in order to register for an event.

For conferences and initiatives please contact the event organiser to book your place.