Posted on: 31st January, 2014
10th May, 2006
The London Centre for Arts and Cultural Exchange hosted a lunch discussion on the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s Collaborative Doctoral Awards for students, academics and cultural organisations involved in London projects.The purpose of the event was to facilitate exchange of information and practise between participants, to create a support network for students and to inform the AHRC’s future programme. The event was held in the Victoria & Albert Museum, and diverse experts presented. The seminar also provided opportunities for attendees to meet those involved in other joint doctoral award projects.
Contributors/Speakers: Professor Lisa Jardine; Dr Elizabeth Eger, King’s College London; Robert Keegan, Programme Manager for the Collaborative Doctoral Awards, AHRC.
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