Stability and Change: Social Science in a Turbulent World?
5th and 6th December 2019
Much of our training emphasises methods, but these are not the only forms of learning that PhD students need. The Hub Festivals are designed to offer an opportunity to critically consider the ontological position of your discipline, and to consider how or if this differs from similar, but different disciplinary approaches. The Festivals offer space to intellectualise questions of disciplinary boundaries, and so consider the value and limitations of interdisciplinary working. Taking place over two days, the 2019 Hub Festivals will be hosted at the impressive Technology & Innovation Centre at the University of Strathclyde on 5-6 December. (Full programme to follow)
This will be a specialised event where academic staff and students can explore the contribution of their disciplinary areas. The Hub Festivals are not methods focused; rather they aim to exercise your intellectual curiosity.
*Please note this is not a forum for formal methods training*
All Advanced Training events require GradHub registration to book in.
All Pathway Training events require GradHub registration to book in.
Please note this is for ESRC-Funded students only
Below are upcoming events that are not organised by SGSSS. Please follow the external booking instructions within GradHub.