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Feminism: My New Religion by Michele Buscher

My journey to becoming a religious feminist has been long.  The two most significant experiences have been my time as a Religious Studies graduate student and the uniquely female health struggles I have experienced in the past four years.  1,041 more words


The Tier 4 Visa Process (For low risk nationals): What you'll need, what I sent and what happens after

Dear friends, lovers and future fellow travelers,

Have you applied & been accepted into a UK school, got a CAS letter, and sorted funding? That’s pretty good. 1,228 more words


A (Not-So) Brief Summary of My Grad School Dilemma

Hello, friends, hello! I have been extremely silent the past month, partially because it’s been an exceptionally busy one, but also because I wasn’t quite sure what to say next or how. 948 more words


Paging Dr. Ritter to Television Studies, STAT!

I am at it again. I have one window open to the M.A./Ph.D. in Screen Cultures at Northwestern, another window open to USC’s Ph.D. in Critical Studies, and two more open to web pages on the academic backgrounds of current TV scholars, including where they received their Ph.D.’s from.   554 more words

Graduate School

26 Weeks of School -- I got this!

25 weeks down. 1 to go. My string of Winter-Spring-Summer classes is almost over!

By the grace of God, I take it one day at a time.  158 more words


Article - 10 ways to make public engagement work for you

This article talks about public engagement with research.

Look out for details of our forthcoming Images of Research Exhibition 2014-15 and Research Poster Competition and think about how you can engage with non-academic audiences. 10 more words


Graduate School: Myths Vs. Reality

1. Myth: Schoolwork will be way easier to handle now that you’re an adult. 

Reality: You haven’t done homework since college, and that muscle has atrophied.  871 more words