Postgraduate Research Conference

Each year, at the end of June, we welcome our postgraduate students from around the world to come join us in Bristol, staying at Trinity for our annual postgraduate research conference.

The conference includes three days of paper presentations from students, seminars (topics have included improving your academic writing, publishing your work, and life after completing the PhD), a keynote lecture from a senior scholar, evenings out together, and the options at the end of the conference to participate in a Saturday sightseeing trip and a Sunday barbecue.

Read about our 2019 conference with Rev Dr Lissa Wray Beal >

Read about our 2018 conference with Prof Katherine Sonderegger >

Read about our 2017 conference with Prof NT Wright >

Read about our 2016 conference with Rev Dr Walter Moberly >

Read about our 2015 conference with Prof John Webster >

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