Tara Brabazon explores popular culture and education, and the relationship between them.
The supervisory charter and student diversity - a BGL training session
This session explores the higher degree supervisory charter and its value to and for student diversity. This specialist session for Business, Govenrment and Law offers some strategies to think about professional development, work and supervision in tough times for students and the world.
Smash Cut - Multimodality
Are you interested in disseminating research with clarity, precision and purpose? Are you interested in finding new audiences for complex ideas? Then it is time we talk about multimodality.
Smash Cut - Mobility
Mobility - and Mobility Studies - is a potent and expansive way to think about power and inequality. But what is mobility - and why does it matter?
Smash Cut - An intellectual life
What is an intellectual and how can PhD students - and scholars - live an intellectual life?
Smash Cut - Oral History
This next episode of Smash Cut - the accelerated professional development programme for higher degree students - explores Oral History. While other research methods focus on representativeness and repeatability, Oral History interviews have a different function.
Smash Cut - Creative Industries
Welcome to this short professional development exploring creative industries.