Doing the Work?: Questions and Conversations about Inclusion and Diversity at the School of Advanced Study was founded in 2022 by Joseph Ford (IMLR) and Sarah Pyke (IES). They have been co-convening a series of monthly seminars at SAS.

'Doing the Work?: Questions and Conversations about Inclusion and Diversity at the School of Advanced Study', aims to be a safe, open space for staff and students to discuss the intersections of their professional and personal lives. We invite all interested staff and students across SAS -- professional services, academic staff and postgraduates at any stage -- to attend, as participants, facilitators or co-convenors. Please contact Joseph Ford on joseph.ford@sas.ac.uk or Sarah Pyke on sarah.pyke@sas.ac.uk with any questions, for more information or to express your interest in joining us for as small or large a commitment as you would like to make.

Our aim for the series as a whole is to formulate a set of recommendations for future EDI work at SAS.

Upcoming events

  • Friday 18 March, 12.00-13.30: Precarity, Casualisation and Diversity and Inclusion 
  • Friday 8 April, 12.00-13.30: An Oral History of Senate House
  • Friday 29 April, 12.00-13.30: Student Forum
  • Friday 6 May, 12.00-14.00: Open Forum and Recommendations

Please email Joseph Ford or Sarah Pyke  if you would like to join these online events.