A collection of blogs you can read on the go if you’ve got a spare five minutes.
A blog I wrote for Civil War Paths about Eurocentrism (shock), peacebuilding, and why it’s important to engage with work looking at contextually specific, indigenous solutions.
When I started my PhD, I decided to create an ongoing note on my phone to document my reflections on navigating academic life and things I’ve learned. Here they are.
Spice up your relationship with your previous achievements, give them some TLC, tell them you’re thinking of them. Sometimes your greatest success is behind you.
After I started my PhD, I realised that it’s okay to admit you haven’t heard of X concept or X canonical text. This may sound obvious, but it wasn’t to me until I sat in my first PhD working group.
If you get comments from people doing “real” 9-5 office jobs in “The City” about how you’re “putting off life” by doing a PhD, you’re not alone.
I thought that if I was visibly tired, busy and over-worked then that would somehow justify the importance of my work to the external observer. But taking time for yourself isn’t a sign of weakness.
A blog about my fear of blogging and the crippling anxiety I face as I convince myself, three sentences in, that nobody cares what I have to say.
Ignoring sexist verbal harassment creates a culture wherein other types of violence against women are perceived to be acceptable. Confronting instances of street harassment is the important first step in tackling all types of verbal and physical hate crimes against women.