BSA Postgraduate Forum - Life Post PhD: What’s Next? 17 October 2018 (10am-4pm) BSA Durham Meeting Room, UK Join us in Durham on 17 October 2018 for the next BSA PGForum event. The day will focus on how to get and prepare yourself for a job in academia after completing your PhD. To register and for… Continue reading BSA Postgraduate Forum – Life Post PhD: What’s Next?
Personal and Practical Challenges: Becoming a Member of the Academic Community 9 April 2018 Northumbria University, UK You can read a reflective blog on the day here. This event is centered on the theme of personal and practical problems faced during postgraduate study and will draw from the core themes of the main BSA Annual… Continue reading BSA Postgraduate Pre-Conference Day 2018
For a summary of the day, see Kate Haddow's blog here. Wednesday 15th November 2017, 9am-4pm Imperial Wharf, London We are pleased to host an event for postgraduate students who are interested in the possibilities for employing creative methods for studying various inequalities. This event offers members a chance to hear from a range… Continue reading Innovative Methods for Researching Societal Inequalities
Personal troubles, collective solutions: how can new academics work together for a better future? Monday, 3 April 2017 University of Manchester, UK You can read Emmaleena Käkelä's reflections on the day here. The day will give delegates the chance to meet other postgraduates and to tackle some of the issues central to academia, and will… Continue reading BSA Postgraduate Pre-Conference Day 2017
Date: Saturday 8th October 2016 Location: BSA Meeting Room, Imperial Wharf, London The BSA Race and Ethnicity Study Group and the BSA Postgraduate Forum co-hosted an event designed to bring together postgraduate and early career researchers with more experienced researchers within the field of race and ethnicity studies and to launch the Race and Ethnicity Study Group’s new mentoring scheme.… Continue reading Postgraduate and Early Career Researchers in Race and Ethnicity Studies
BSA Postgraduate Forum Conference 2014 2014 Programme Speakers Keynote Speaker: Mike Savage, LSE 'The BBC’s Great British Class Survey and ‘public sociology’' This paper will reflect on the issues raised by public interest in, and criticism of, the GBCS for debates about ‘public sociology’. It reflects on the potential of using new sources of digital data,… Continue reading BSA Postgraduate Forum Conference 2014