Projects

I really like to get involved in things*

My Current Projects include:

 

I have been recently appointed as an Editorial Assistant for the Journal of American Studies on the reviews side of the publication.

I am the postgraduate representative for the Centre for Victorian Studies at the University of Exeter. I upkeep websites and social media and represent the vibrant PGR community within the research network.

I am organising a workshop on “Policy-making and the Humanities” in order to encourage PGRS and ECRS to think about the impact of their research in a wider context.

Projects I have worked in the past:

 

2015 -2016
I organised a biweekly critical theory reading circle with the fabulous Dr Sarah Daw. Sarah brought the environment, I brought the economy. It was a great group.


21st May 2015 

Technology Showcase:a series of short technology ‘pitches’ made by a mixture of postgraduates and staff. They will introduce some of the technologies that they find to be invaluable for research, collaboration, referencing, presenting and organising thoughts.

12th April 2015
EXEWHIRR:A workshop for artists and academics on the human-machine relationship funded byBritish Society for Literature and Science and the Wellcome Trust

June 2014
Programme Facilitator for Grand Challenges // Digital Archives (English) an interdisciplinary, enquiry led learning experience which improves your employability. During Grand Challenges Week students choose from a range of global issues and, supported by leading academics and external specialists, carry out group research in order to create a solution to your Challenge.

15th May 2014
“Beyond the Book” Symposium Co-Organiser and Chair: a day-long event that discussed and expanded on the premise of artists using books, both as a cultural and symbolic object, and as containers of history, narrative and memory.

June 2013
Programme Facilitator for Grand Challenges // State Policy and Funding for the Arts (Visual Culture) an interdisciplinary, enquiry led learning experience which improves your employability. During Grand Challenges Week students choose from a range of global issues and, supported by leading academics and external specialists, carry out group research in order to create a solution to your Challenge.

*Ask me to get involved with your thing on Twitter @zoebulaitis