‘New Voices in Postcolonial Studies’ is a postgraduate researcher-led network for M3C and WRoCAH institutions.
The network aims to provide a supportive forum for PhDs across all disciplinary backgrounds to connect with each other, share their work, and most importantly, share their passion for postcolonial research!
We hope to create a meaningful cross-disciplinary community where we can experiment with new ideas, meet other like-minded researchers, and give constructive feedback on each other’s work.
In the 2018/19 session we will be hosting two networking events at the University of Sheffield on the 24th October and University of Leicester on the 21st November, and a Symposium in summer 2019.
This year the network will be directed by Sofia Aatkar (Nottingham Trent University) and Emily Kate Timms (University of Leeds) and a friendly team of city representatives.
For more information or to join our mailing list please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The network has been funded by M3C and WRoCAH, with support from the Northern Postcolonial Network, the Institute for Colonial and Postcolonial Studies, and the Postcolonial Studies Association.
Emily Timms, University of Sheffield
Other student organisers
- Nadia Medhi (University of Sheffield)
- Lotta Schneidemesser (University of York)
- Emma Parker (University of Leeds)
- Sofia Aatkar (Nottingham Trent University)
- Kelsi Delaney and Tim Hannigan (University of Leicester)
- Stacey Kennedy and Alex Thom (University of Birmingham)