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2014 SAHGB Graduate Student Research Forum

The SAHGB is pleased to announce that the second annual Graduate Student Research Forum will be held on Friday, 2 May 2014. This is a student-led event that offers post-graduate students in architectural history an opportunity to present their research while engaging with others studying and working in the field. The aim of the Forum is to break away from more traditional conference models by creating a dynamic and friendly event where students, established academicians and professionals can exchange knowledge, skills and experiences. To meet these aims, the day is structured to include sixteen ten-minute ‘Lightning Round’ talks that cover a wide range of topics. Sessions of four presentations will be followed by a brief discussion period. Lightning rounds will be interspersed with professional panels led by Alex Bremner, Ayla Lepine, Elizabeth Darling, Emily Guerry, Frank Salmon, and William Whyte; Deborah Howard will give the keynote speech. These speakers will discuss their personal experiences while providing useful insight for navigating research, publication, and career opportunities. While the Graduate Student Research Forum is free to attend, registration is compulsory and space is limited. Please note that this is a student-oriented event, and priority will be given to current graduate students. We may also have to limit the number of students attending from each institution to ensure a broad attendance. We have already received a great deal of interest in this event and recommend that you register as early as possible. An optional dinner will be held in St. John’s College Hall following the event; a limited number of spaces are available, which will be assigned on a first-come basis. There will be a £15 charge for the meal, to be collected on the day. This year’s student organisers are Richard Butler, Bridget Hembree and Otto Saumarez-Smith. Please submit inquiries to