At EGSH, we try to adjust our offer of method courses to the needs of our PhD candidates. To explore which method courses are relevant to our PhD candidates we recently investigated which data collection and analysis methods were used in the PhD theses of the past five years .
To further stimulate and reward PhD research, the Graduate School invites its PhD candidates and recent graduates to submit their work and nominate their colleagues for the "Graduate School Awards for PhD Excellence". The deadline for submission is 15 December 2019.
'Black Player + Penalty Miss = Cyber-Racism: How English Football is Failing its Players'
A lecture by dr. Daniel Kilvington, Senior Lecturer in Media and Cultural Studies at Leeds Beckett University
On 22 October our annual Rotterdam tour took place.
The weather was good, as was the company.
We had so much fun! We made a small impression of the day for you:
This course by Luca d'Acci primarily offers theory and examples from urban studies to exemplify the nature and nurture divide and the relevance of synthesising the two perspectives. However, the lecturer also indicates the general relevance of this theory and examples. This course thus offers useful reflection for all researchers (both quantitative and qualitative, from all disciplines) that are interested in explaining social behaviour. No prior knowledge is required.