Meet Dr Sheena Calvert, Contextual Studies Coordinator at Camberwell College of Arts and Associate Lecturer at Central Saint Martins. She is one of the organisers of the Book and Human Debate as part of The Way We Live Now The AHRC 10th Anniversary Debates 2015-2016 taking place at CSM in mid-December 2015. Here she talks about her expectations of the Debate and why the team have invited the selected speakers…
Seven UAL students have been awarded funding to commence postgraduate research study in September 2014 through the TECHNE London and South-East Doctoral Research Consortium and the London Doctoral Centre for Design (LDOC). TECHNE and LDOC offer Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) awards, which are highly competitive nationally. This means that the UAL has achieved double the number of AHRC studentships than were awarded in the previous AHRC system. Congratulations to the successful UAL applicants whose names and titles of their research are listed below.
TECHNE AHRC studentships (Techne is a term in philosophy which resembles epistēmē in the implication of knowledge of principles, although techne differs in that its intent is making or doing as opposed to disinterested understanding):
Jonathan Gilmurray,(LCC) Ecoacoustics: ecology and environmentalism in contemporary music and sound art
Asa Johannesson, (LCC) Looking Out, Looking In: Representation and the Viewer in Queer Photography
Louise Marshall, (LCC) Deep Listening: the strategic practices of female experimental composers post 1945
Jennifer Murray, (CCW) Manuscript fragments and the bindings from which they were removed – recording the evidence
LDOC AHRC studentships (London Design Oriented Consortium):
Berthe Fortin, (LCF) – Ritual Created Around the Crafting of Costume
Lucie Russell, (CSM) – WHAT I SEE I OWN? Can fashion/media body images via the process of drawing be re-appropriated to positive effect as part of the creation of a social innovation design tool that can be accessed or shared with groups to question negative body image/s and to build well-being and “body confidence”?
Julia Schaeper, (LCC) – From small change to big impact: How design approaches can help to transform healthcare
A competition for recent PhD graduates of UAL to present a research paper at an international conference in Melbourne!
Centre for Drawing: Wimbledon, Post Doc . UAL/RMIT Network Award
An opportunity for a recently completed UAL PhD candidate to present a refereed paper at Drawing Out 2013 – a trans disciplinary AHRC funded drawing conference that will be held at RMIT, Melbourne, Australia , 17- 19 April 2013.
Applications are invited from graduates from any subject discipline who were awarded a PhD by UAL no longer ago than the summer of 2008.
Applications should include an abstract that is no longer than 600 words (presented in 12pt Times Roman) which sets out the ground for by a paper that discusses some aspect of the relationship between writing and drawing.
Proposals can be historical, polemical or the product of quantitative or qualitative research. However, what we are offering however is an opportunity for early career researchers to present imaginative approaches and new ideas around the relationship between writing and drawing.
In addition to the abstract, candidates should include in the same word document as the abstract;
1.) a short description of their PhD , 200 words
2.) an edited CV no longer than half a side of A4
Applications should be sent by email to Professor Helen Thomas, Director of Doctoral Programmes (firstname.lastname@example.org and copied to email@example.com) by 4pm on Friday November 17th 2012 with CENTRE FOR DRAWING APPLICATION in the subject line. Please note that applications arriving after that time will not be read.
Applicants will be notified of the referees decision by November 30th 2012 , at this point three candidates will be offered the opportunity to develop their abstract into a paper no greater than 2000 words in length. A winner will be declared on December 14th 2012.
The award will be adjudicated by a small group of referees chaired by Professor Stephen Farthing, Rootstein Hopkins Research Professor of Drawing . The prize will be one economy class return fare to Melbourne Australia and Hotel with Bed and Breakfast for four nights and the opportunity to attend and read a paper at Drawing Out 2012.
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