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Dr Dawn Llewellyn 14 May 18
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Dr Robyn Atcheson 12 Sep 18
My first tv appearance about my research! Yay! Famine!
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Kirsten McLean 8 Aug 18
I’m fortunate to have never been insulted like this, but even the unfair critical comments can stab you right in the guts
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Dr. Liz Gloyn Oct 18
If you're picking up on that 'women on Twitter have fewer followers and less influence' story, why not have a look at my list of female and non-binary classicists on here and follow some of them? They're all fab.
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Dr Claire Davis Jul 21
”If what it takes to create are long stretches of uninterrupted, concentrated time...that’s something women have never had the luxury to expect” A woman's greatest enemy? A lack of time to themselves | Brigid Schulte
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Srila Roy 15 Jul 18
Although academics can be found resisting (mildly) the metrics of productivity foisted on them by administrators, they also enthusiastically measure themselves'. Academics are indeed the perfect self governing neoliberal subjects
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Masaya Llavaneras Blanco Oct 18
In light of this art., some of us in the FB group decided to start a thread 🧵 of women academics who are on twitter. Feel free to add your name and your area of work, as well as the names of other female academics
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Sahdia Parveen Jun 21
Funded PhD opportunity (with me!) focusing on frailty in BAME communities. Student will be based at and brand new Wolfson Centre.
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Sasha Scambler Jul 15
We aimed to put together a list of 50 must read books written by female sociologists. 155 books were recommended and are listed in the link attached. Should keep us going for a bit. Enjoy!
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Dr Katie Melvin 22 Mar 19
Special moment! Just delivered a lecture on visual and arts-based methods for the first time. Was soooo happy to share the research methods I love most with a cohort of undergrads.
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Prof Jackie Carter Jun 20
(is this the right twitter handle?) - please can you explain the choice of this keynote speaker?
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Times Higher Education 7 Mar 18
There are very few outlets for women to work together against unhelpful concepts that hold back female progression in academia, says Elisabeth Julie Vargo
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Prof Dilly Fung Jul 3
‘Care is both remembering to take new colleagues for lunch and challenging harmful and marginalising policies... Care is, most of all, a constant vigilance as to your power & how you wield this.’ Great article by Sara Burton &
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Kanta Dec 11
I'm hiring another research assistant! One day a week in Cambridge, with 7 international workshops lined up for 2020. Please share, apply, and/or message me for details.
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Naomi Daw Aug 29
The true costs of research and publishing - or, how extortionate image and copyright fees are killing art historical scholarship.
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Dr C Naylor Davis Nov 13
Thank you so much for putting this up! Being a disabled scholar often means missing out at the last minute, esp frustrating when you live just down the road! More uni's sshould make public lectures watchable online. It really helps with scholarship
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Dr Sylvie Lomer 10 May 19
Looking for examples of pedagogic innovation, creativity, general doing this differently in university programmes with large groups of international students. Can you help?? References, blogs, people I can chat too, anything! Please RT!
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Charlotte Payne 17 Jul 18
Hey, fellow academics who want to do something nice! Check out this postcard exchange initiative, sign up, & send words of support and solidarity all over the world ✉️🙂🌏
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Laura Anne Hickman 27 Jun 18
So grateful to have found early in my PhD journey. Such a valuable source of information and support for women in academia, especially for someone like me who comes from a background where academia (and HE in general) is not the norm
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Becca Jiggens Mar 25
Any fixed term academic at who finds themselves on the receiving end of this treatment is welcome to get in touch with me, I will find a couple of days for giving individual pro bono legal advice over the next couple of weeks.
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