Blog

  • WRoCAH and Utrecht University, by Professor Julian Richards

    On 11 March 2019 WRoCAH and the three White Rose universities signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Utrecht University in the Netherlands. The MoU is wide-ranging but aims to enhance collaboration between the four universities through PhD training and support. Specific provisions include: making WRoCAH training courses available to Utrecht PhD researchers on a reciprocal…

  • ‘Dear John’: Collaborating with the British Library on a Research-Based Performance, by Helen Piel

    This March, WRoCAH CDP student Helen Piel wrote and co-presented a public engagement event based on her research at the British Library. Here, she describes the event itself and reflects more widely on the collaborative research process.

  • WRoCAH Spring Newsletter (2019)

    We are very pleased to release the WRoCAH Spring Newsletter 2019.

  • Spiders, Sea-Kings, and Sagas: Preparing and Delivering Effective Podcasts, by Becca Drake and Emmie Price-Goodfellow

    In February, Becca Drake and Emmie Price-Goodfellow attended the WRoCAH-sponsored training day on preparing and delivering effective podcasts. Here they offer their thoughts on this interactive and practical workshop, as well as sharing the screentest of their own exciting podcast project, Welcome to the Attic.

  • Fast Track Impact, by Jean-Baptiste Masson and Lee Pretlove

    Jean-Baptiste Masson and Lee Pretlove share their perspectives on the WRoCAH-funded ‘Fast Track Impact’ training course, which took place earlier this year. Run by Professor Mark Reed, author of The Research Impact Handbook, the course aimed to show students how best to generate real-world impacts from their PhD research.