This page links to resources generated from previous CHASE training events.
News and updates from the CHASE Arts and Humanities in the Digital Age training programme.
A blog by the Centre for Life History and Life Writing Research at the University of Sussex, documenting an oral history course beginning in October 2015.
This series of four CHASE training events will explore the relation between science fiction (SF) and ecology as the nexus of an emergent set of interdisciplinary research interests. These events are running throughout 2019, and registration can be completed here.
This two-day training workshop for PhD students at Birkbeck Centre for Contemporary Theatre focuses on the study of and dealing with difficult feelings in theatre and performance research.
Rhythmanalysis.eu provides a set of audio recordings, bibliographic information and pamphlet publication from a seminar series on ‘rhythmanalysis’ organised by Dr Paola Crespi (Topology Research Unit, Goldsmiths) and Dr Sunil Manghani (Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton).
This two-day advanced training workshop brought key practitioners in film, video, and sound together with CHASE PhD students and staff to explore new research methods for creating moving-image works organised around an ecological sensibility; one that is attuned to both human and non-human modes of perception.
Over the duration of six sessions, UK and internationally based filmmakers described their process by inviting the audience members to see and hear fragments of works in progress.
The reading group meets on a monthly basis to discuss work within the Women of Colour Index (WOCI); a unique collection of slides and papers collated by artist Rita Keegan that chart the emergence of Women of Colour artists during the ‘critical decades’ of the 1980s and 1990s.
Workshopping Words and Opening Dialogues: Postgraduate Forum in Linguistics was a two-day conference providing a space for ideas and experiences to be shared by early career linguists with a diverse range of interests and specialisms.