consortium for humanities and arts south east england (chase) (doctoral training partnership)
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DESCRIPTIONOn Wednesday 29th January, the Doctoral Training Partnerships and Centres for Doctoral Training were launched at a conference at the University of Nottingham.
- 1.The Mass Observation Archive, University of Sussex iTunes U Courses through the Open University Work The Gulbenkian Theatre, University of UEA The Courtauld Digital Culture Unit, Goldsmiths from the Gallery,Centre for Visual Art, Kent The Sainsbury Courtauld Institute of ArtCentre for Psychoanalytic Studies, University of EssexThe CHASE Ethos Interdisciplinarity Dialogue across disciplines is essential to the environment that CHASE aims to foster, as is working with emergent fields or objects of study that require new forms of attention, practice and communication. This is reflected by the interdisciplinary scope of our selection panels and our development of new forms of delivery. Student-led cultures of research & practice CHASE training programmes will support a new generation of humanities students, creative practitioners and arts professionals in creating their own cultures of research and practice. Social engagement, social challenge CHASE is committed to engaging wider audiences with research, and cultivating research that addresses the key issues facing society today.
2. Conservation Training with CHASE Partners After the Archive Skills Development Becoming a Public Intellectual TrainingPoetry & Punk Rock: Richard Hell and American StudiesProfessional Development Programmes - CHASE Foundations - Advanced Research Craft - Future Humanities - Public Humanities Future Shape of the PhD We aim to establish CHASE as an asset within the creative, cultural and public sectors. In collaboration with our wide range of distinctive partners, we are committed to the development of new models of doctoral research and practice. CHASE Partners The British LibraryCanterbury CathedralNational Portrait GalleryVictoria & Albert Museum BBCBUFVCBFITateIntel