The Stuart Hall Library Research Network is a forum for postgraduate researchers to introduce an aspect of their work, followed by a discussion.
This network seeks to encourage researchers to strengthen their own work that resonates with the interests and concerns of the library, Stuart Hall's intellectual thinking and Iniva's vision.
The Stuart Hall Library Research Network is a meeting place for discussion of practice-based or more conventional forms of research that may include: curatorial practice; visual arts; global art; film and media; cultural studies; cultural activism; postcolonial studies; literary studies, including criticism and theory. We are also looking for exciting and engaging ways of uncovering your research, presenting in a variety of forms. This might include individual presentations, presentations in pairs, in conversation/dialogue with each other, or presenting a group project.
If you are interested in introducing your research to an informal, engaged audience, please email a 250 word summary of your intended presentation to Nick Brown, Library Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
Meetings take place monthly on Thursdays, in the library, 2nd floor of Rivington Place from 6.30-8.30pm: