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An Early Career Researcher Collaborative Research Dialogue with Dr Aaron Parkhurst, UCL Anthropology

12-1pm, 30 January 2023 (followed by a sandwich lunch)
An Early Career Researcher Collaborative Research Dialogue with Dr Aaron Parkhurst, UCL Anthropology
Room G16, IOE, UCL, 9-11 Endsleigh Gardens, London, WC1H 0EH

The UCL Collaborative Research Dialogues Series aims to facilitate collaborative research dialogues across UCL where experiences of doing collaborative research are shared so that we can learn from them.  In this Dialogue session Dr Aaron Parkhurst, (UCL Anthropology) will share his experiences of doing collaborative research during the 2021-22 Social Science Plus pilot project: Off-world living analogue pilot projects: determining their value for the far and near future. 

The session will be run as a ‘conversation’ to learn from those doing collaborative research and to get a nitty-gritty sense of how challenges and opportunities are encountered and navigated.  

  • This event is fully booked.  Please add your details to this waiting list.
  • This Dialogue will be a participative, small group, ‘round table’ conversation.  Only 20 places are available
  • This Dialogue is only open to UCL researchers/PhD students and Professional Services members of staff
  • Dr. Aaron Parkhurst, is a Lecturer in Biosocial and Medical Anthropology, UCL Anthropology, Social and Historical Sciences
  • This Dialogue has been convened by Dr Dimitra Kale (Research Fellow, Behavioural Science and Health, Population Health Sciences) who is a member of the Collaborative Social Science Domain’s ECR Group

About our ECR Collaborative Research Dialogues
The aim of the research dialogue is for a recipient of the CSSD Social Science Plus grant to share their experience of doing collaborative research and in particular discuss/reflect on:

  • Establishing and growing networks for collaborative research (across disciplines and beyond academia) 
  • Writing collaborative bids 
  • Communicating in collaborative research 
  • Power relations and collaborative research