A three-day project at Phoenix Gallery Brighton, including a one-day symposium and exhibition opening, led by five artist-researchers whose work touches on questions of representation - architectural, filmic, mathematical, linguistic and photographic.
The Writing & Art programme put together for technē doctoral students and associates. For the first event, US poet and essayist Anne Boyer will use some of her work as a starting point for the discussion.
To celebrate International's Women's day on Friday 8th March 2019, we invite technē students to participate in a long table discussion to exchange feminist research interests, methodologies and concerns in the structures of conducting research.
You can use various strategies such as networking, job searching, keeping up with your professional field, and building and maintaining your online presence to leverage LinkedIn to manage your career. The focus is always on building quality and meaningful relationships.
This one-day workshop will show how specific software packages (including Zotero, Scrivener, and Evernote) can help you achieve such tasks as managing your bibliographic references, writing your thesis, and capturing your research.
This workshop explores critical theory as it is typically understood, i.e. in reference to the Frankfurt School. Starting with an exploration of the ‘culture industry’ and the ‘dialectic of Enlightenment’, the workshop proceeds to trace the development of the Frankfurt School in the work of Habermas
What is confidence? Everyone experiences self-doubt and faces obstacles in achieving their goals, no matter how clear these are. This webinar will help you approach your PhD, future career or any other important purpose with greater faith in your abilities.
The emotional aspects of feedback are rarely explored and yet can have an enormous impact on the trust between students and staff. In this one-day workshop, we explore different ways of managing the emotions generated by feedback so they don't become obstacles to improving the quality of writing.