All day, Monday 19 Jun 2017 - Wednesday 21 Jun 2017
Place: Gregynog Hall, Newtown.
This three day retreat for PhD students working in the field of socio-legal studies will examine the responsibilities of scholars to produce something other than outputs that will allow personal progression. In a series of sessions with leading socio-legal scholars, participants will examine the responsibilities owed to our wider communities. More specifically, participants will interrogate the political choices that scholars make in their choice of project, methodology and theoretical frame and how they deal with the many consequences of their research.
This event is free for ESRC funded students apart from travel. Fifteen bursaries for everything but travel are also being made available for non-ESRC funded students with the kind support of the Journal of Law and Society and the Socio-Legal Studies Association. Students must be in the second year or later (or part time equivalent) of their PhD. Please enter your current year of study in the comments box on the booking form.
Apply for a bursary by 21 April.
Please note only those awarded bursaries or funded by the ESRC will be eligible to attend. If you are not ESRC funded then any places booked will be provisional until the award of a bursary is confirmed.
- Students may be expected to share a room with one other (same gender) student attending the course. Rooms will be allocated in advance. If you are attending the event with a colleague or friend and would like to share with them then please email: email@example.com by the registration deadline.
- Once you have registered, you will be sent a final programme and reading list. There is an expectation that students will complete the reading list in advance of attending the event.
- Delegates are asked to submit by email a one side page of A4 summary description of their research project by Friday 26 May to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for bookings
26 May 2017