A set of three workshops aimed at early career researchers, postdoctoral and doctoral research scholars in India will be delivered by scholars of South Asian Studies based in India, the UK and Norway. The workshops will run at research-active institutions in three locations to ensure geographical spread: Banaras Hindu University, Banaras; The Kohima Institute, Kohima; and Kerala Council for Historical Research, Trivandrum. Organised jointly with collaborators based at the three institutions, the workshops will offer training, practical workshopping sessions – with time built in for Q&A – networking, one-to-one consultations, and post-workshop mentoring.
The aim of the workshops is to build the research capacity of researchers based in India to develop world-class research profiles by providing training in the Domains C (Research Governance and Organisation) and D (Engagement, Influence and Impact) of the Researcher Development Framework.
Workshop Team: Dr Hephzibah Israel, University of Edinburgh; Dr John Thomas, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati; Dr John Zavos, University of Manchester; Dr Sanal Mohan, Kerala Council for Historical Research; Dr Michael Heneise, The Kohima Institute; Dr Deepa Reddy, University of Houston-Clear Lake