- Postgraduate research day
- Postgraduate research workshop
- Sources of information on postgraduate research
- Interdisciplinarity: Methodological Approaches
The School's Postgraduate Research Day is a forum for our School's research students to share their work and discuss it with their peers and academics from the School, and to promote cross-disciplinary endeavours within the school. The 2015 Postgraduate Research Day is scheduled to the following date:
Monday, 9th November 2015 (9:00am – 5:00pm) at Woolley Common Room, A20 – John Woolley Building.
The 2015 SLC Thesis Workshops are particularly designed for HDR students (whether at Doctoral or Master level) in their first year to 18 months of enrolment. The workshops will provide the students with invaluable guidance in working their way through the first year of their postgraduate research. The second year students who missed out last year's workshops are still welcome to come along this year!
These workshops take place every second Thursday between 5 and 7pm. They are designed to be interactive and to address questions by the participants. Presenters for each workshop have been chosen to provide, as far as possible, a balance between European and Asian language and culture areas and between different disciplinary foci.
Go to sydney.edu.au/arts/current_students/postgraduate_research/index.shtml for an overview of Postgraduate Research course in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, including subject areas in the School of Languages and Cultures. This page also contains links to information on the enrolment procedure, including forms.
Postgraduate Arts Research Centres (PGARC) - applications for places are now made online: PGARC webpage.
The overview of academic research within the School of Languages and Cultures at sydney.edu.au/arts/slc/research/index.shtml might also interest you.
GJSS, Volume 7, Issue 1
This volume of the peer-reviewed Graduate Journal of Social Sciences (GJSS) http://gjss.org/index.php?/Volume-7-Issue-1-June-2010.html re-visits the core thematic interests of the journal, bringing together theoretical and empirical analyses that reflect upon the linkages and divisions across disciplines. Its scope is far-reaching, with four essays and four book reviews covering varied methods, practices and orientations. They reflect the Journal's commitment to provide discussions over pluralism in methodology across disciplinary borders, and to feature and encourage the work of postgraduate students from around the world.
Visit gjss.org for full access to the articles and the journal’s archives. If you would like to receive further information on the GJSS contact:
Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate in European Humanities
For information on this degree, a semester of which can be taken at the University of Sydney, go to SLC Research - Interzones webpage.