Creating and Hosting an Academic Personal Website Using Hugo and GitHub

10:00-12:30 (IST) Friday, November 13.


In this interactive workshop, participants will learn how to set up their personal academic website using GitHub and Hugo. After outlining the main features required for a professional academic website, the instructors will provide step-by-step instructions for creating such a website using a basic template. After completing the workshop, participants should have the required skills to set up their own, more sophisticated academic website.

This workshop is directed to PhD students and early career researchers with previous R coding experience. We strongly recommend that interested participants attend the Connected_Politics Lab workshop on “Reproducible Research with Git and GitHub” on 16 October, which covers the fundamentals of version control and GitHub.

The number of places is limited, and places are offered on a first-come-first-served basis. Early career researchers and graduate students are invited to apply. If you would like to attend the workshop, please submit the application form here by Friday 6 November 2020.



Stefan Müller
Assistant Professor and Ad Astra Fellow
School of Politics and International Relations   
University College Dublin

Natalia Umansky
PhD Candidate
School of Politics and International Relations
University College Dublin