The Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) announces the third iteration of its PhD workshop. Aimed at providing a dedicated space for PhD students to engage with IIHS faculty as well as faculty from around the world on a range of issues, from methodology and research design to writing and publication. The IIHS PhD workshop will be held on the 16th and 17th of January 2017. The workshop is designed to provide a platform for early and mid to late stage PhD students to explore in-depth and further fine-tune their work over an intensive two-day period. The workshop will be the third iteration of the PhD workshop conducted at IIHS. To accommodate participants at different stages of their doctoral career, this year’s iteration of the workshop will have a common track as well as two specialized tracks that will focus on specific needs of the participants.
The common track of the workshop will enable PhD students to explore the possibilities of new methodologies and pedagogies in and around the issues of the urban through discussions and panels led by faculty from across the world as well as those at IIHS. In addition, there are two tracks designed keeping in mind the specific trajectories of the PhD students. Track 1 will be focused on early career students who are in the process of finalizing their questions. Track 2 will be focused on late career students working on finalizing their dissertation.
This iteration of the PhD workshop will host participants from across a wide range of disciplines, with a common thread being an engagement with urban questions and concerns. The PhD workshop will spread over two days, with sustained engagement between faculty and participants on issues of contextual research, research ethics, research methods, conducting a literature review, writing a proposal, writing for different registers, and preparing course modules from dissertations.
The PhD workshop, in addition to IIHS faculty, will feature faculty from other institutions as well bringing in a wide range of knowledge expertise.
Please submit your applications by the December 19th 2016 to firstname.lastname@example.org. In your application packet please include the following:
- Application Form (To be filled, downloaded and sent with application packet to the above email ID)
- Curriculum Vitae
- Sample of Work (PDF or Word Document, not more than 8000 words)
Third PhD workshop @ IIHS will be held on 16-17 January 2017
IIHS Bangalore City Campus
No. 197/36, 2nd Main Road
Bangalore 560 080. India
tel: +91 80 6760 6666
fax: +91 80 2361 6814
|DAY 1 | 16 JANUARY 2017 | MONDAY|
|9:30-10:30||Introduction by Aromar Revi|
|Krishnachandran Balakrishnan, Shrawan Acharya, Chandni Singh and Srinivas Lankala|
|1:30-4:30||Track 1 and Track 2 presentations|
Research ethics and data management
|Sudhir Krishna, Shriya Anand and Vikas John|
|DAY 2 | 17 JANUARY 2017 | TUESDAY|
|8:30-11:00||Track 1 and Track 2 presentations|
|11:00-1:00||Masterclass – Caren Levy|
How to publish (focus on academic publishing)
|Gautam Bhan, Amir Bazaz and Caren Levy|
Reflections on Training and Disciplines
|Srinivas Lankala, Sudeshna Mitra and Shrawan Acharya|
Workshop participants can avail of discounted rates at the following area hotels.
Please ensure that you do a phone booking and mention the ‘Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS)’ for a discounted rate.
Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Bengaluru Hebbal
ADDRESS: Plot No. 514, Outer Ring Road, Opp. Lumbini Garden, Nagawara, Bangalore 560 045, India.
TELEPHONE: +91 (80) 6738-3939
FAX: +91 (80) 6738-3940
CELL: + 91 9035071397
ADDRESS: No 19, Behind Ravindu Toyota, Near ISKCON Temple, Mahalakshmi Layout, Bangalore 560 086, India.
TELEPHONE: +91 80 46595959