|18 Mar 2024 - 22 Mar 2024
|CRASSH Meeting Room
Applications are closed. The next writing week will be on the 8-12 July and applications will open in the Easter term.
Would you like focused time to write? Do you think you would benefit from joining a writing community? If so, you may be interested in taking part in one of our CRASSH writing weeks.
Please note: reapplications from previous participants are not possible in this round.
- Participants will meet as a group for 30 minutes each morning to share writing goals and practices, before everyone disperses to their preferred writing space (space can be provided in CRASSH if you wish).
- The week will also include two 90-minute workshops. One, led by a professional writing coach, will focus on how to develop good writing habits, manage time, and avoid burnout. The other, led by a communications specialist, will explore writing for impact and public engagement.
Who is it for?
- The week is for UTOs, CTOs, Teaching Associates, and post-doctoral researchers.
- You must be employed full-time in an academic post at the University of Cambridge or one of its Colleges and currently undertaking research in the arts, social sciences, or humanities (broadly defined).
What does it cost?
The Writing Week is free to attend but we ask for 100% commitment to the week’s activities. Please confirm that you will set aside at least 7 hours each day during the Writing Week to dedicate to your writing and the programme’s activities.
How do I apply?
Applications are closed. The next writing week will be on the 8-12 July and applications will open in the Easter term. Applicants will be informed of the outcome within 10 days of the application deadline.
No proposals or references are required.
How will applicants be selected?
There are 12 places available. If we receive a higher number of applications, the only criterion we will use in selecting applicants is to ensure a good spread across disciplines and departments; after that, we will use a random selection tool. If you are not selected this time, you will be given priority for a future Writing Week.
Please contact us for specific accessibility needs, and we will do our best to accommodate any requests.