The presentation of the results of current research is an integral part of the education process, developing key skills, ideas and contacts. Our graduate community at King's has set up several graduate-led forums to facilitate this.
English Language & Literature
is the English Department’s seminar group, run by graduates, for graduates. Started in 2005 to create a community for research students within the Department, it has attracted an enthusiastic core of MPhil/PhDs and MAs, along with a regular stream of casual attendees. The intention is to give MPhil/PhD students and MAs seriously considering the MPhil/PhD, a chance to present work in a relaxed context.
Skills Lunches are run by doctoral students for doctoral students each month in VWB 7.20, covering topics like upgrades, conferences, teaching, publishing and post-doc posts. for further details please get in touch with the department office email@example.com
Centre for Late Antique & Medieval Studies (CLAMS)
Arts & Humanities Researchers’ Society
The Arts & Humanities Researchers' Society (AHRS) is a student-led initiative that aims to build a vibrant and collaborative research community for Arts & Humanities early career researchers at King's. Through hosting regular events, the society seeks to provide a friendly and informal forum for researchers to meet other researchers, talk about their work, and to learn from others.
Philosophy reading groups
Philosophy reading groups are led by graduate students. Find more information here.
Share your research activity!
We try to advertise as many of these opportunities as we can - so if you are running a graduate-led seminar, forum or colloquia, do let us know so that we can add it to this page.