Oct 01 2019

This half-day workshop will offer practical guidance on how to build collaborative projects in the humanities. Using examples from a range of disciplines, we will explore what co-authorship, research assistants and teamwork look like in fields with a much longer tradition of what is now dubbed 'lone scholarship'.

Speaker: Dr Chloe Jeffries (University of Manchester and the AHRC Policy Evidence Centre for the Creative Industries).

 

All career stages, all levels of experience and all degrees of scepticism welcome. Space is limited so please register via Eventbrite.

This session is part of the Advance Programme, which is Royal Holloway’s development programme for all colleagues involved in research.
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