Some of you might have heard of Methods @ Manchester, but what is it exactly?
Methods @ Manchester is a regular series of lunch-time talks which provide short, accessible introductory guides to key research methods. These talks are ideal for research students — or their supervisors — who want to find out what the method does and whether it might be useful in their research. They will also be of interest to any member of staff who is curious to find out about a new method.
The talks take place from 1-2pm in room 1.69/1.70 on the first floor in Humanities Bridgeford Street, unless otherwise stated. They also have an e-newsletter, should you wish to subscribe.
If you are interested in finding out more then please visit their webpage: http://www.methods.manchester.ac.uk/events/