Teaching again

For a period of about three years I had very little to do with teaching, compared to earlier years. While I did continue supervision higher degree by research project, give a number of few guest lectures and talks, etc, it was not the same as having to run a class or a unit. Beginning 2018, […]

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What they DONT’t tell you before you embark on a PhD

(originally published in Australia Asia Pacific Institute Review Jan-March 2016, p. 9) Well, if you thought that working on a PhD was about spending 3 years (or more? Yay!) reading and writing about your pet topic, you’re wrong. The first thing they don’t tell you is that editing will be much more important than writing. […]

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Supervising someone else’s dream?!!

This year I find myself taking on more postgraduate supervisions than I’ve ever had, though not as many as some of my colleagues because I’m wary of the responsibility of supervising someone else’s dream. And that’s how I think of postgraduate supervision, particularly for PhDs. People undertake these projects for different reasons, sometimes it’s a […]

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MCCA Symposium 2015

Here’s a record of an event recently held at Curtin University compiled using Storify. You should see some descriptive text when you hover your mouse over each image/ resource … [View the story “The MCCA Directions & Destinations Symposium 2015” on Storify]

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Ada: Journal of Gender, New Media and Technology

A new journal specially addressing new media, gender and technology, Ada, according to the Fembot collective who published it is: a feminist, multimodal, peer reviewed journal that examines the intersections of gender, new media, and technology. It is a publication of the Fembot Collective, and the product of countless hours of volunteer labor on the […]

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