Research Skills Intercollegiate Network
ReSkIN is a seminar and support scheme for PhD students working in the field of Art History and Visual Culture. The programme brings together students from seven different colleges within the same university, working within the same discipline. It provides an invaluable opportunity to meet other people, be introduced to the research resources available for studying in London and to consider methodological issues faced by students of History of Art and Visual Culture.
Upcoming 2016 Events:
The first ReSkIN event will take place at UCL on the 16th January 2016.
The second event will take place at Goldsmiths College on the 30th April 2016.
ReSkIN is a compulsory requirement of your PhD registration and all students are therefore expected to attend.
Should you, for any reason, not be able to attend please contact your Graduate Tutor.
Please confirm that you will be attending this event by emailing the ReSkIN coordinator: Kelly Freeman.