Research Networks: What Makes a Research Community?

Date / time: 3 April, 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm

How do you build a research network? | What are the practical and ethical considerations involved? | How do we ensure their longevity? | What possibilities do they hold, particularly for early career researchers? | Just what is it that makes a research community?

Join the Centre for Early Modern Studies at King’s (CEMS KCL) online on Monday 3 April to hear reflections, thoughts, and discussion on these and other related questions from an interdisciplinary panel of experts.


Emilie Murphy (York)
Laura Sangha (Exeter)
Lubaaba Al-Azami (Liverpool)
Mark Hailwood (Bristol)
Rachel Willie (Liverpool John Moores)

Chair: Emily Rowe (King’s)

Projects discussed include the Early Modern Metals Research Network, the Many-Headed Monster, Medieval and Early Modern Orients, and Early Modern Soundscapes.

The event will take place online, via Zoom, and is free to all, but registration is required.

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