IAA PG Colloquium is an annual research conference showcasing postgraduate work-in-progress. This year's Colloquium will be held on 24th April 2013. Presentation of a paper is compulsory for all 2nd year (FTE) PGs but Colloquium is opened to all PG students, offering an opportunity to find out what your peers are researching and to advance your presentation, listening and collegial skills.

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Registration is now open

Please confirm attendance by completing the IAA Colloquium Registration Form 2013 form and sending it to  iaacolloquium@contacts.bham.ac.uk, no later than the 31 st of March. Download the form: IAA Colloquium Registration Form 2013 Advertisements

Call for Papers

THE ANNUAL IAA POSTGRADUATE COLLOQUIUM CALL FOR PAPERS Date: 24th April 2013 We are pleased to announce that the IAA Colloquium will take place on Wednesday 24th April 2013 and invite postgraduate students to submit abstracts for consideration. Presentation of a paper is compulsory for all 2nd year (FTE) PhD students, but all 1st and … Continue reading

Poster Winners

Between the sessions at this year’s IAA PG Colloquium a number of students will be presenting research posters, of which some have won the IAA PG Colloquium poster competition. This year’s poster winners are (in random order): Lucie Dingwall Elena Perez Alvaro Marsia Bealby


Good News Everybody! The abstracts for this year’s IAA PG Colloquium are now available online! There’s still time to register your attendance at our online registration page Remember – online registration closes at midnight on the 31st March.


Attendance of the Colloquium is free! Online registration is now available until March 31st, 2012. Complete the online registration form [here] or return the completed form [here] via e-mail to: Meagan Mangum – MAM045@bham.ac.uk Please book early  to avoid disappointment!

IAA Forum

For anyone in need of practising giving papers before the Colloquium (or any other conference), the IAA Forum offers a wonderful opportunity to do so in a friendly and supportive environment. The Forum meets weekly on Tuesdays at 5:30 in the Peter Gelling Library, room 315 of the Arts Building and is open to everyone. … Continue reading