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"Ready for Launch"

Hello readers!

This blog post is to celebrate a few notable ‘firsts’ that shall accompany the start of this blog.

The first first refers to the launch of Keele University’s  244 more words

Phdlife

COLLABORATION & What Happens When You Don't Work With Others: A Bone to Pick #WSJ

Commentary by Dr. Whitesel: “Academic researchers tend to stay in their academic silos and not participate with other academic disciplines in their research. But research can be more reliable and valid when researchers work with other disciplines to foster ‘inter-disciplinary research. 407 more words

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Scientific Humanities: an interesting introductory course by Bruno Latour

Recently, I stumbled upon this highly interesting MOOC course by Bruno Latour on the topic of Scientific Humanities. Having been navigating for the last 3 or 4 years now in the complex waters of interdisciplinary research between computer and social sciences, I welcomed this finding and quickly submerged myself in to its contents. 167 more words

Science And Technology Studies

Cardiff launch of the Drawing Out Obstetric Fistula project

We are launching the Drawing Out Obstetric Fistula project in Cardiff with an exhibition of new work throughout August this year. I hope that those of you who are in the area might get a chance to see it while it is up. 52 more words

great news for the Drawing Out Obstetric Fistula project!

The Exhibition at The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, May 2015: Now ONLINE!!

The Private View of the Drawing Out Obstetric Fistula project’s first exhibition took place yesterday evening at The RCOG in Regents Park, London. 64 more words

Study Leave Week 15

Making connections

Interdisciplinary research has become a recent buzzword in academia, already perhaps descending into a tired cliché peddled by researchers who need to tick the boxes of university and funders’ requirements and expectations. 310 more words

Poetry And Music