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Call: PhD poster presentations during the OSK section meeting in Modern & Contemporary Art (March 9, Utrecht)
Geplaatst op 23-01-2018

Invitation PhD poster presentation during the OSK section meeting in Modern & Contemporary Art


The OSK section Modern & Contemporary Art, headed by Katja Kwastek (VU) and Ann-Sophie Lehmann (RUG), organizes a State-of-the-Art-Meeting of our field in the Netherlands. The section meeting offers a great opportunity to meet & greet (see program).

 

As current or recently finished PhD student in the field, you are invited to partake in the section meeting with a poster presentation including a short pitch. It will be an interesting chance to present your work to a specialized audience. During the afternoon, several breaks give the audience the opportunity to look at your poster. Later in the afternoon, an hour is reserved for all PhD-pitches.

 

Practicalities:

What: Poster presentation on your PhD project

When: March 9, 2018 in Utrecht, 12.00-17.00h, followed by drinks

Size poster: A2, portrait format

Length pitch: 5 minutes

 

If you would like to join the section meeting by submitting a poster and giving a pitch, please send an Email to info@onderzoekschoolkunstgeschiedenis.nl before February 12.

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