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Kristin O'Donnell
PhD candidate: ‘Participatory Practices of Memory: Memorialising the Great War in Britain During the Centenary Moment.'
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Kristin O'Donnell Dec 10
Replying to @abbybarras
You never have to audit your exclamations with me! 💛
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Kristin O'Donnell Dec 9
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Kristin O'Donnell Dec 6
Replying to @FWWcartoonPip
Geez! I thought my 150 over the past few weeks was bad! Good luck and solidarity!
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Pip Gregory Dec 6
Replying to @Kiaod
The result of un-originalisms...
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Kristin O'Donnell Dec 6
Replying to @FWWcartoonPip
I’m so relieved to be finished!!
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Kristin O'Donnell Dec 5
My first semester of marking 60 final essays has taught me one pearl of wisdom I wish to pass on to Want an A/first? Don’t pick the ‘easy’ topic that EVERYBODY chooses. To get top grades you need to show original ideas. Pls think of your profs and be creative!
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Kristin O'Donnell Dec 3
Raphael Samuel and . Two people’s historians that bring culture and memory to the fore and totally shaped my academic thinking. I wouldn’t be doing my PhD without Lucy’s unstinting and generous support! 💛
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Children's HistSocUK Nov 27
Interested in a PhD in childhood and youth, and feminism, politics, or geographies? PhD students in get 5 years of funding - applications by 10 Jan!
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Kristin O'Donnell Nov 30
Replying to @thisthomas @PhDForum
Since starting my PhD my memory has gone out the window. My brain appears to be full! 😂 solidarity!
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Kristin O'Donnell Nov 30
Interested in doing a PhD? As a and researcher I highly recommend applying!!
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Kristin O'Donnell Nov 30
Such an interesting paper! was so engaging & made me think about what we mean by ‘we’. As a Canadian living in the UK for 15 years this gets complicated. I’m writing an autoethnography chapter for a book on this very thing, passing in Britain as not quite foreign.
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Kristin O'Donnell Nov 30
I second this! I feel incredibly privileged to be able to contribute to such an engaging seminar series! Thank you Alice!
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Jan Tattenberg Nov 30
Up first is on Danny Boyle's Pages of the Sea!
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Hanna Smyth Nov 30
At , talking on how and why ECRs are supported & platformed by . I’d like to emphasize obvious but key point: Alice is an ECR herself. I don’t know many academics, fullstop, who do so much to support ECRs, let alone one who is one herself.
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Hanna Smyth Nov 30
Replying to @Kiaod
Great line from : she is discussing commemorations / memorials that are “temporary, but ask to be considered monumental”
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Hanna Smyth Nov 30
Replying to @Kiaod
at : “at the centre of my thinking is, ‘what does it mean to do ethical commemoration?’”. Watch out for her PhD thesis in a few years, folks, it’s clearly going to be FASCINATING
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Hanna Smyth Nov 30
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Hanna Smyth Nov 30
Replying to @Kiaod
Great point from that the distinction between ‘local’ and ‘national’ commemoration is not a dichotomy, it’s a very blurry line that she is increasingly exploring
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Kristin O'Donnell Nov 29
Replying to @DrSophieHarwood
Pros: are building networks, finding out about recent publications, cfp, getting your own research out there, making friends so conferences aren’t so daunting, live tweeting from events you miss. Cons: feeling like everyone is doing more than you, time eater.
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Kristin O'Donnell Nov 29
Replying to @jubilantjenna
Forget Where’s Wally, Find Farage!
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