LSE is a member of the London Arts and Humanities Partnership (LAHP). LAHP is an AHRC funded Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) that receives funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to offer LAHP studentships, Research Training, Events and Placements with Cultural Partners.
Further information is available on the LAHP website, https://www.lahp.ac.uk/
LSE Students can access the full LAHP Research Training Programme, details of which are published in the LAHP Research Training Handbook.
The LAHP Newsletter - LAHP On the Air - https://www.lahp.ac.uk/newsletter/
More workshops can be found on the below link.
Places are available for LAHPs final careers workshop of the academic year: Your Career: Objectives, Actions and Obstacles which takes place onsite at Keats House in Hampstead on Monday 27th June 2022 from 9:30am-5pm.
The workshop will be provided by the Menagerie theatre company
Conveners: Patrick Morris & Caroline Rippin of Menagerie Theatre Company
This training session gets PhD students to think openly, imaginatively and rigorously about their working futures. It culminates inall participants identifying a set of short and long-term objectives, the actions they will take to achieve those objectives, and the obstacles that stand in their way. The session is framed around the following questions:
- What transferable skills have you built up while doing a PhD?
- What is your skills base, for any career?
- Who ARE you and who MIGHT you be?
Participants work both collectively and individually – we design the activities to ensure that there is time and space to think in new ways about career paths. Key to the workshop is that participants challenge their own and each other’s thinking. Playful interaction is integral to the atmosphere and success of the workshop.
We use interaction, storytelling techniques and self-reflective exercises to guide participants through the day, which is built around them creating a narrative for their career. Participants both speak and write their ideas, constantly re-drafting, refining, distilling and sometimes completely re-thinking. It is not a smooth path through the day but all participants come away with one chosen set of objectives, actions and obstacles.
Places can be booked here via the workshop booking form.
The deadline for booking a place will be Thursday 22nd June at 12pm.
This workshop will be limited to a maximum of 12 attendees and places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.