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First EEHN PhD Lab meeting of the new academic year (10th October)

First EEHN PhD Lab meeting of the new academic year (10th October)

We are now entering the second year of running the PhD Lab, and we’d like to invite all interested PGR students to join us at our first meeting of the 23/24 year. Our first meeting will be focused on meeting members of the group and planning our activities for the year. This will include opportunities to be involved in planning a postgraduate conference we’re running in 2024, as well as social events and Environmental Humanities masterclasses with visiting international scholars.

Please join for a friendly and relaxed session this Tuesday (10th October) 10.30-11.30 at Simon Laurie House, Holyrood Campus – Room SLH 1.05 on the first floor. You will need a UoE card to enter the building, so let us know if you need help getting in.

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