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Maps and languages

On Monday 15th January from 12-2pm, George Walkden will be teaching an artsmethods@manchester session on Languages and maps. From the blurb:

This session will explore how language information and geographical information can be integrated into clear and visually appealing graphical representations.

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Upcoming Careers Events just for PhDs

These guys might think it’s still time for hibernating, but there is truth in the old cliche (and I cringe to type it, really, I do) that… 263 more words


Do Orcadian Tombs Align with Solar Events ?

Research conducted by Andrea Boyar BA, Post Graduate student at The Archaeology Institute, University of the Highlands and Islands, Orkney.


Orkney forms one of the most intensively studied regions in Britain, providing a ‘core area’ for research (Barclay 2004: 34-37). 585 more words


KGSP: Application Form

Tips in answering the application (based on how I answered it last year):

  1. Form 1. The Application Form. The first thing you see is the checklist.
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Hi Angeli, thank you for your comment.

  1. Is TOEFL/EILTS/TOPIK needed before coming to Korea? For Filipinos, TOEFL/EILTS is not a must to submit since most of our classes are conducted in English.
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'We All Have These Thoughts Sometimes': A conference on Stevie Smith 11 March 2016

Dear All,


‘We All Have These Thoughts Sometimes’: A conference on Stevie Smith

11 March 2016

Jesus College, Oxford


We are delighted to announce that, thanks to the generous support of the Oxford English Faculty, seven small bursaries are now available for postgraduate and early-career researchers. 110 more words


The Importance of Making Lists

Lists are useful. For everything. Whether you have chores to do at home, or a lot of things that need to go in your thesis and you’re losing track, a list helps you keep on top of things. 547 more words