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Announcing new EEHN PhD Lab

Announcing new EEHN PhD Lab

Starting in Semester One, Dr Michelle Bastian will be running an EEHN Lab for PhD students studying environmental humanities related topics at the University of Edinburgh. They will run in person, and fortnightly from Week 1, Fridays 10-11am, with the location to be determined.

The EEHN Lab will provide a forum for interdisciplinary PhD students to form stronger connections with others across UoE schools and colleges, to share their work with their peers, and run development sessions on topics identified by the group. We will invite participants to see this as an informal and supportive space to test out upcoming conference presentations, workshop thesis or research paper ideas, and interact with visiting and local EH scholars.

All are welcome, with more information coming in due course.

(Photo by TopoloGiraffe on Unsplash )

(Photo by TopoloGiraffe on Unsplash )

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