A guest article written by Ella Parry-Davies, Research Student, Department of English
Led by the convenors of Research with Reach, this lab-style workshop will be a chance to bring personal projects to the table. We will discuss your projects, looking at their strengths and weaknesses; the ways to enhance their communication, structure, content and future development. You will leave with a clear outline of the necessary goals for realising your personal project, informed by tailored resources and focussed discussion.
Attendees are advised to bring an object that plays a role in their research, through which they will be asked to speak about the ‘third space‘ potential of their work. These discussions will then lead to in-depth workshop-style activities, drawing on the expert knowledge of Research with Reach collaborators, such as Kate Dorney (V&A), Jules Evans (Centre for the History of Emotions), Peter Florence (Founder, Hay Festival), Nick Bradshaw (Sight & Sound). For those who have engaged with the Research with Reach programme, this is an opportunity to collate all of your experience and channel it specifically into your future. For those new to Research with Reach, read about the programme on our website.
To book, please confirm attendance via email to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. When booking, attendees are additionally asked to send a short, informal summary of their ‘third space’ project, so that on-day resources can be tailored.
The workshop takes place on Monday 15th December, 2pm – 5pm, in Room 2.45, Franklin-Wilkins Building, Waterloo Campus.
Led by Ella Parry-Davies and Penny Newell