21 June 2021 - 25 June 2021
9:00AM - 5:00PM
The Centre for Visual Arts and Culture is delighted to announce that the Visual Intersections 5 Summer School will take place between 21-25 June 2021.
The Durham Centre for Visual Arts and Culture and the Leverhulme Doctoral Training Programme in Visual Culture presents the fifth in a series of Summer Schools. Visual Intersections 5 brings together early career researchers working in a wide range of disciplines, whose work is connected by the study of visual phenomena. The 2021 summer school will be held online and will continue to stimulate interactive and engaging discussions, presentations and workshops within a virtual format. The summer school provides an open and welcoming intellectual space in which postgraduate and early career researchers can explore current issues in visual culture. This year the presentations will be complemented by a plenary lecture from Prof Maggie O’Neill (Professor of Sociology, University College Cork); virtual museum events including a talk from the Oriental Museum (Durham) and a virtual exhibition showcase curated by Durham MA students, and academic development workshops focused on wellbeing for PhD students and applying for academic jobs/ postdocs.
Register for the Summer School here
Delegates will be directed in the form to indicate if you wish to attend workshops or networking events.
The workshop on Wednesday 23 June (PhD and Mental Health) is open to MA students, PhD Researchers, Early Career Researchers and those with direct pastoral responsibilities. Priority will be given to PhD Researchers.
The workshop on Thursday 24 June (Applying for Academic Jobs / Postdocs) is open to PhD Researchers and Early Career Researchers. Priority will be given to those who have recently completed or are nearing completion of their PhD.
The plenary lecture, panel sessions, event with the Oriental Museum on Monday 21 June and the MA Student Exhibition on Friday 25 June are open to the public.
Once registered, Zoom links for each day will be available in the Digital Delegate Pack.
Registration closes at 5pm on Monday 14 June 2021.
If you have any queries about registration or the summer school, please contact email@example.com
CVAC VI5 Schedule
A Digital Delegate Pack with Zoom links will be circulated before the event.
Professor in Sociology at University College Cork
Maggie O'Neill is Professor in Sociology at University College Cork, Head of the Department of Sociology & Criminology and a member of the Centre for the Study of the Moral Foundations of Economy and Society. Before joining UCC Maggie was Chair in Sociology & Criminology in the Department of Sociology at the University of York, and Professor in Criminology at the University of Durham and Principal of Ustinov College.