The Spring into Methods programme is a new initiative to offer interdisciplinary learning, of a specific method over 2 ½ days, in a space shared by Arts, Humanities and Social Science post-graduate students in Scotland.
Deadline Friday 23 February 2018, 4pm
The Scottish Graduate School of Social Sciences, in partnership with the Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities, announces the launch of a new programme of events: ‘Spring into Methods’.
This interdisciplinary, and cohort building programme, will give students across Scotland, studying for a PhD in the Arts, Humanities or Social Sciences, the chance to apply to attend 2½ day research methods training events.
We are seeking applications to this fund from colleagues, or teams of colleagues, who work with the research methods outlined below. Training must be delivered on 2½ consecutive days between the 9th April – 27th April (inclusive) 2018.
Commissioned Research Methods Training:
- Quantitative Methods, including EITHER how to Visualise Data OR analysis of linguistic data
- Qualitative Approaches to Data Collection & Analysis
- Oral History
- Arts-Based Research
- Archival Research
- Feminist Research Methods
- Mining Administrative Data
- Participatory Action Research
In addition to these commissioned events, we are issuing an open call for other innovative research methods proposals, which would be considered useful in this interdisciplinary space.
The deadline for applications is on Friday 23 February 2018 at 4pm.
Last updated 15 Feb 2018 10:14am