LAHP Research Training 2021-22

Training overview by area

LAHP provides PhD students with an extensive program of training in practical research skills and offers opportunities to experience first-hand the workings of some of London’s greatest cultural institutions. The few years you spend as a doctoral student are a time to experiment, innovate, and make connections that may be fundamental and long-lasting as you go forward with your research and future career. We hope the courses and events that we offer will stimulate this process. The British Academy has produced a report, The Right Skills: Celebrating Skills in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, which we encourage you to read when you are thinking about your own development.

All LAHP Training sessions are open to all arts & humanities postgraduate research students at UCL, KCL, SAS, LSE, QMUL, RCA, RCM, CSSD. Priority booking is given to LAHP AHRC-funded students. Bookings will open approx. 1 month prior to each workshop.

The research training available includes the following:

Please see below for an overview of training events by term

Cross-term courses

Allyship development for Doctoral students: Blended learning modules – four sessions: 10th Nov 21, 9th Dec 21, 16th Feb 22 and 4th May 22 all from 2-3pm

Online course, Open University – Digital Humanities: Humanities research in the digital age

Routledge Resource Hub and Q&A – Online publishing resource Hub and term 2 Q&A

Previous LAHP research training workshops
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