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A Call for Opinions.

Short and sweet: I am thinning down my blog, big time. I am twisted in so many different directions here, even I can’t keep up. 56 more words

Why are some blog posts so much more popular than others?!

Like many bloggers – call us recreational bloggers – I write for myself more than for a readership.  After more than 5 years in the blogosphere, some years writing my heart out and other years trying to wean myself from spending too much time at it, I have come to learn that having a platform for sharing my thoughts or experiences from time to time is important to me. 955 more words


Reflections on the BSA pre-conference postgraduate day 2017

On 3rd April 2017, the BSA Postgraduate Forum hosted our annual Pre-Conference Postgraduate Day at Manchester University. In this blog post, delegate Emmaleena Käkelä outlines the highlights of the day. 1,328 more words

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A Wild Intern Appears

As I mentioned previously, I have two interns I’m training this summer, known as Thing 1 and Th– Wait, no. Intern #1 and Intern #2. There. 480 more words



Every single day of the year has a holiday of some kind or another.  If you don’t know what to write about on any one day then research to see what holiday is declared for that day and use that as your prompt.  91 more words


Open for Business

As many of you know (especially those of you who have been querying me for submissions), I’ve been very busy with a backlog for over a year now. 98 more words


Dr. Sarah Olive: To research, or not to research? Some dilemmas of insider-outsider research on Shakespeare in South East/East Asian higher education

Sarah Olive is a Lecturer in English in Education at the University of York, where she is a member of the York Asia Research Network. She is also a Visiting Lecturer at the Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham. 2,378 more words

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