20181204_Complit_ECC_Being_There_Importance_Networking

Location

Room 9.46, RRST
Room 9.46, Run Run Shaw Tower, Centennial Campus, HKU

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Date

Dec 04 2018

Time

12:00 pm

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School of Humanities: Early Career Convivium

School of Humanities: Early Career Convivium

Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Culture
School of Humanities: Early Career Convivium

 

Being There: The Importance of Networking

 

Sayings like ‘nothing is accidental’ and ‘things happen for a reason’ makes perfect sense in my case. Looking back at my career – which spans various continents, countries, and institutions – I realise that it has been shaped, to a large extent, by chance encounters that have taken place in the context of social gatherings. There is a certain logic to such developments, though, and it is one that may be worthwhile to extrapolate on.

This workshop will discuss the importance of networking in career development. It will be presented in free form, as discussion, and it will aim to give concrete tips that go beyound the advice to attend the field-specific conference in your fields. It is designed for postgraduate students in the humanities at large.

 

Speaker: Dina Iordanova
Professor of Global Cinema & Creative Cultures, University of St. Andrews

 

Dina Iordanova is Professor of Global Cinema and Creative Cultures at the University of St Andrews. She launched the acclaimed Film Studies programme at Scotland’s oldest University in 2005 and eventually also served as the University’s Provost (Dean of Graduate Studies), as well as on the Board of Trustees for the Edinburgh international Film Festival. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts and of the Institute of Directors. Most of her work in recent years has been dedicated to the wonderfully complex and vibrant world of global film festivals and film circulation. Dina Iordanova is the authority in the area of the transnational cinema.

Date: 4 Dec, 2018
Time: 12:00pm
Venue: Room 9.46, Run Run Shaw Tower, Centennial Campus, HKU

For more information, please contact Christine Vicera at: cnvicera.hku@gmail.com

Register please click here

 

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