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Postgraduate Research Conference 2021/2022

This is the first of two postgraduate research conferences that will be held during Term 1 at the School of Architecture, RCA. In this series PhD students present papers about their latest research findings. All students and staff of the RCA and candidates interested in the Postgraduate Research Programme are warmly invited to join.

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Documentary Research & Writing Seminars

The Documentary Research Seminars are part of the PGR Documentary Research & Writing Programme. They are meant to introduce students to research methods through photography, film, mapping and archival research.

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Postgraduate Research Forum Events

The Postgraduate Research Forum invites students of the College and the School of Architecture to meet PhD students, learn about their research projects and to join research discussions.

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Postgraduate Research Conference 2020/21, Term 2 "Protagonists"

5th- 29th March 2021

This is the second of a series of postgraduate research conferences at the School of Architecture, RCA that take place during the first two terms of each academic year. The conference invites students, staff and critics to discuss their research. In this series students were asked to present a key-protagonist of their research.

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Postgraduate Research Conference 2020/2021, Term 1 "Micro-Histories"

6th November - 11th December 2020

This is the first of a series of postgraduate research conferences at the School of Architecture, RCA that will be held usually in Term 1 and 2 of each academic year. The conference invites students, staff and critics to discuss their research. In this series students were asked to reflect on micro-histories, focusing their presentations on a specific location and moment in time.

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Postgraduate Research Lecture Series 2020/21

Architectures of the New Curatorial

This lecture series invites speakers to reflect on the recent challenges to curatorial practices, particularly concerning an arguably new kind of architecture for research that has gained urgency during the recent pandemic.

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