Working During the PhD

In an ideal world, you would be able to focus solely on your PhD and knock it out of the park in three years and move on with your life. But as we've already highlighted in this blog life rarely works in the 'ideal' way. Some PhD students need to take an extra year (or … Continue reading Working During the PhD

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MONTHLY ROUNDUP: NOVEMBER 2018

The end of the year approaches! I cannot believe it's already December, I swear it was just October yesterday...where did November go?? If you're like me, you may have been too busy this past month to take much notice of what was going on in the SGSAH community and beyond, so I'm here to help. … Continue reading MONTHLY ROUNDUP: NOVEMBER 2018

Report of SGSAH funded research trip to Poland

Zuzanna Dominiak is a PhD candidate at Dundee and is currently undertaking research on the topic of Exhibiting Comics: Applying Creative and Technological Solutions to the Problems of Displaying Comic Art in Museums, Galleries and Visitor Attractions. Zuzanna also creates comics, which you will read more about in the post below. In April 2018 I … Continue reading Report of SGSAH funded research trip to Poland

SGSAH STUDENT DEVELOPMENT FUND: (RE)COLLECTING YUGOSLAVIA’S PAST IN LJUBLJANA AND BELGRADE, 10TH-25TH MAY 2018

Stefana Djokic is a first year History of Art PhD candidate at the University of Edinburgh. Her PhD focuses on the role of art in US-Yugoslav relations during the Cold War, examining to what extent exhibitions of post-war US art in Yugoslavia were diplomatic tools, aimed at strengthening US-Yugoslav relations and transferring US cultural and … Continue reading SGSAH STUDENT DEVELOPMENT FUND: (RE)COLLECTING YUGOSLAVIA’S PAST IN LJUBLJANA AND BELGRADE, 10TH-25TH MAY 2018