10th PAHC Symposium: From the fringes to the centre...
19 May 2023
MA Contemporary Curating student Jenna Eady has been awarded MA/PhD Collaboration Award part of "Reimagining postgraduate research at the centre of knowledge creation" symposium
The Annual Arts & Humanities Research Student Symposium is an opportunity for research students across the Faculty of Arts & Humanities to meet and discuss their research with other research students, and to receive comment and feedback on their research from more experienced researchers. This is an opportunity for postgraduate researchers, from all areas of the Arts and Humanities, to meet and discuss their research with other postgraduates from across PAHC, and to receive comment and feedback from more experienced academics.
10th Annual Postgraduate Arts & Humanities Centre (PAHC) Symposium "Reimagining postgraduate research at the centre of knowledge creation" Winners and MA/PhD Collaboration Winners are as follows:
Winner, Best Paper
Darryl Peers PhD Researcher, Manchester Writing School
Runner up, Best Paper
Sam McKee, Department of History, Politics and Philosophy
Runner up, Best Paper
Tanya Nash-Perkins, Faculty of Science and Engineering
MA/PhD Collaboration Award:
Joe Shute, Department of History, Politics and Philosophy
and Han Gong, Manchester School of Architecture
Niamh Cusack, Manchester Fashion Institute
and Kate Hudson, School of Art
Jodie Neville, Department of History, Politics and Philosophy
and Jenna Eady, School of Art
The Symposium has been designed to be supportive, but critical. This symposium considers the suggestion that postgraduate research actually provides the space where the most innovative and creative kinds of research can take place. Less constrained by tradition and propelled by the passion that postgraduate researchers bring to the table, this symposium celebrates the unique perspectives and insights that postgraduate research can offer. To this end the symposium focuses on innovation and creativity and the call is therefore for papers and posters that offer new ways forward, in terms of theory, method and practice, in interrogating research problems which inspire.
Kate Johnson (Symposium Administrator)
Steve Miles (Chair of 10th Annual PAHC Symposium)
Special thanks: Krithi Ittira, Kieran Youd and Tracey Boyce