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When working children become street-connected, and the street-connected start working

One of the aspects of my research that I have been grappling with how to theorise is the idea that children leaving the street do not leave the street. 834 more words

Street-Connected Children And Youth

"We're so surprised! You are also competent in this field!"

Over the years I’ve become increasingly aware of  how the phenomena of implicit bias/stereotype threat affect me more professionally because of my nationality (I’m not from an English speaking country) than any other identity. 353 more words

Itasca Student Success: Every student will have access to technology and the skills necessary to use it and achieve goals

After the Border to Border Blandin conference last week, I was lucky enough to attend a Student Success Community Conversation in Grand Rapids MN. I was helping with using social media as an added dimension at the event. 629 more words


Canada Milton Seminar X, May 22-23, 2015

The CRRS, the Department of English, and the CRC Program at the University of Toronto present:

Canada Milton Seminar X

May 22-23, 2015

Victoria University in the University of Toronto… 81 more words


Literary Second Cities

Jason Finch, from Åbo Akademi University, has sent along details of a fascinating-sounding conference to be held next August in Turku, Finland: “Literary Second Cities”. The CFP follows below. 563 more words


cfp: Sikholars Graduate Student Conference in Sikh and Punjab Studies, Stanford University

Call for Papers

For the past five years, the Jakara Movement has created a forum for budding scholars and researchers, working on various projects related to Sikhs, to come together, share, and challenge one another. 346 more words


A belated #Transitions4 Archive, and a post summarising some data about comics scholars on Twitter

A very long title to announce I have finally published an archive of #transitions4 (2013) I collected more than a year ago, and that I have published a post on… 47 more words