Social Science and the Arts & Humanities Competition & Initiatives: “Narrative Bioethics” one of the funded projects

The KISS DTC, UCL Economic & Social Research Council DTC and the AHRC London Arts and Humanities Partnership have awarded funding to seven doctoral training activities situated at the interface of Social Science and the Arts and Humanities.  Please see below for details of these activities and how to get involved with them.

1. Is IR Without History Empty?  Is History Without IR Blind?  An Interdisciplinary Research Seminar Series

Organisers: Thomas Bottelier, Depts. of History & War Studies KCL and Filippo Costa Buranelli, Dept. of War Studies, KCL

2. Against Delivery: for practice-based doctoral research

Organisers:  Prof. Sharon Morris and Dr. Hayley Newman, Slade School of Fine Art, UCL; Prof. Jonathan Hill, Bartlett, UCL; Prof. Alan Reed, Theatre, Dept. of English, KCL; Prof. Emma Dillon, Music, KCL.

3. Practicing Ethics: At the interface of social science and arts & humanities

Organisers: Professor Jane Rendell (Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL); Professor Sharon Morris (Slade School of Fine Art, UCL); Dr Hayley Newman (Slade School of Fine Art, UCL); Professor Alan Read (Dept of English, Kings College London); Professor Nicholas Ridout (Dept of Drama, Queen Mary, University of London)

4. Narrative Bioethics

Organisers: Dr Silvia Camporesi, Lecturer in Bioethics & Society in the Department of Social Science,  Health & Medicine, with Dr Maria Vaccarella, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Medical Humanities, Department of English. This short course will take place from May 26th to May 29th, 2015, 2 to 5 pm, location tbc (Strand Campus.

5. Challenges of Multidisciplinarity in Socio-Environmental Research (CLOSER)

Organisers: Grace Iara Souza, PhD candidate, Brazil Institute KCL; Carolina Comandulli, PhD candidate, Dept. of Anthropology UCL; Dr Jeff Garmany, Brazil Institute KCL; Dr Marc Brightman, Dept. of Anthropology UCL

6. Mind the Gap: A multidisciplinary approach to supporting the transition from PhD study to working life

Organisers: Dr. Julie Moote, Dept. of Education & Professional Studies KCL; Prof. Sharon Gewirtz, Dept. of Education & Professional Studies KCL; Kate Murray, Careers Consultant, KCL Careers & Employability

7. An Introduction to Law and Legal Methods for Social Scientists

Organisers: Student coordinators: Sally Adams (KCL Law), Chris O’Leary (KCL Political Economy) and Charmian Werren (KCL Law)

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One Response to Social Science and the Arts & Humanities Competition & Initiatives: “Narrative Bioethics” one of the funded projects

  1. Meg Sharp says:

    Reblogged this on Singular Meg and commented:
    These look like some really interesting programs. Someday, hopefully…

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