Inclusion, Accessibility & Solidarity Through Methods: Register now for the Sussex Research Hive virtual conference, 9-10 May

The Sussex Research Hive Scholars are pleased to announce their virtual doctoral conference on inclusion, accessibility and solidarity through methods. As doctoral researchers, we represent a community of researchers applying a spectrum of methodologies to address, challenge, and ultimately improve local, national and international communities. We want to showcase how doctoral researchers are applying research methods and/or designs to … Continue reading Inclusion, Accessibility & Solidarity Through Methods: Register now for the Sussex Research Hive virtual conference, 9-10 May

Join the Sussex Humanities Lab PhD advocates for their first archive workshop, 27 April

Behind the Scenes at The Keep Wednesday 27 April, 13.30-15.00 In person at The Keep Book your ticket This session invites PhD researchers to discover the sorts of archival material The Keep holds, as well as learn how to access and use their catalogue. There will be a chance to explore a selection of archive material to get a … Continue reading Join the Sussex Humanities Lab PhD advocates for their first archive workshop, 27 April

How new technologies are aiding research – Digital Discovery Week, 8-12 November

Digital Discovery Week is your chance to find out about the exciting ways new technologies are contributing to research at Sussex, and try out tools that could help in your own research. Check out the events below, and see the Library's #DDW webpage for full listings and to book. Open data technologies at CERN and … Continue reading How new technologies are aiding research – Digital Discovery Week, 8-12 November

Festival Spotlight: Why we should all be making our research LGBTQ+ inclusive – workshop

EDIT: The next LGBTQ+ inclusivity workshop for researchers runs on Tuesday 19 October, register now. Jamie Chan is a PhD researcher and doctoral tutor in the School of Psychology looking at social class and body image. With Dee Dragani, she ran a workshop at the Festival of Doctoral Research on LGBTQ+ inclusivity. “Inclusivity” has become … Continue reading Festival Spotlight: Why we should all be making our research LGBTQ+ inclusive – workshop

One week only: Free online courses through SAGE Campus

The Library has set up a trial of SAGE Campus, the publisher's online learning site for research methods training. Topics covered include Python, R, text mining, data visualisation, journal publishing, framing your research question and more. Wherever you are in your PhD journey, there's a course that could help you develop your skills. The site … Continue reading One week only: Free online courses through SAGE Campus

Adapting to change: “Moving forwards, I have had to be more pragmatic when considering what is possible in our current reality”

Amy Riley-Powell, a PhD researcher in IDS, a photo taken by Amy during her fieldwork of a community visit In this Adapting to Change series, we interview Sussex PhD researchers and supervisors about the challenges they faced in 2020, and the different approaches they took to tackle the issues, adapt their projects and continue with … Continue reading Adapting to change: “Moving forwards, I have had to be more pragmatic when considering what is possible in our current reality”

Adapting to Change: “It is important to look at the whole picture, instead of focusing on what you cannot do right now”

Belen Martinez Caparros, a doctoral researcher in Global Studies In this Adapting to Change series, we interview Sussex PhD researchers and supervisors about the challenges they faced in 2020, and the different approaches they took to tackle the issues, adapt their projects and continue with their research. Belén Martínez Caparrós is a doctoral researcher in … Continue reading Adapting to Change: “It is important to look at the whole picture, instead of focusing on what you cannot do right now”