The Culture Capital Exchange has organised an Early Career Network event called ‘How to Get Published’ in collaboration with Palgrave Macmillan. This event is for TCCE’s member universities which includes King’s.
Representatives from Palgrave will give a practical overview of the range of options for getting your research published and offer advice around approaching a publisher and pitching your ideas. Participants will also have the opportunity to have individual conversations with editors from publications covering a range of disciplines (within Humanities and Social Sciences) to either pitch ideas, or ask more detailed questions.
Date: Thursday 20 February 2014
Time: 6pm – 9pm, including networking drinks
Location: Palgrave Macmillan, The Stables, 2 Trematon Walk, Wharfdale Road, London N1 9SB
The Fountain Room at the Barbican, Silk Street, London EC2Y 8DS
The Culture Capital Exchange (TCCE) invites all Early Career Researchers (ECRs) from member universities to the launch of their new network.
TCCE is increasingly working with ECRs, and is launching a network with the intention of connecting researchers to discuss issues of mutual interest and to encourage collaborations.
Come and meet your fellow ECRs from across our great London member universities and discuss what you would like the network to do. Whether supporting collaborations across universities, acting as an information point, or debating issues which ECRs face, TCCE intend the network to be both innovative and useful.
Followed by a unique curator-led Private View of the latest fascinating exhibition at the Barbican, ‘Pop Art Design’, and networking drinks.
The Culture Capital Exchange is a brand new membership organisation born out of the hugely successful London Centre for Arts and Cultural Exchange (LCACE). We are unique and committed to promoting the exchange of knowledge and expertise by providing a vital network between Higher Education, business and the cultural and creative sectors across London to mutual benefit.
The members are: City University London, Guildhall School of Music & Drama, King’s College London, Kingston University London, Middlesex University, Queen Mary University of London, Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, Royal Holloway University of London, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance and University of the Arts London.
The Inside Out Festival sets out to showcase the fascinating contribution made by London universities to the capital’s cultural life.
A huge number of events, including an eclectic mix of debates, performance, workshops, screenings, walks and concerts (many of them free) will be taking place on university campuses as well as leading London venues, such as Somerset House, The British Academy, The National Portrait Gallery, throughout the week of Monday 21 – Sunday 27 October.
King’s College London is a partner in the festival, and there will be many free events at or around the Strand Campus which postgraduate students are welcome to get involved in.
As a taster of the festival, there will be a Shout-Mob poem performed by CSSD students in the King’s College Chapel and Somerset House at lunchtime on Friday 18 October.