After a successful Research in Progress Seminars series, the organisers are inviting you again to present your work. Everyone is welcome to present and we especially encourage first-year PhD students, students returning from fieldwork, as well as students on taught programmes to present their work and research ideas. As you may well know, Research in Progress seminars provide a supportive environment, a chance to practice presenting academic work as well as a great place to get feedback on your research.
The Research in Progress Seminars also involve the possibility of publishing your work in our up-coming Working Paper Series. If you would like to present your research, please send a statement of interest to Lefteris Zenerian (email@example.com), including the title of your presentation, a brief description (around 250 words) of your paper as well as some information about yourself (namely the year of your studies and name(s) of supervisor(s)). Also, please let us know if you think you will need audio/visual equipment for your presentation. If you would like to present your work during a specific week, please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.