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CALL FOR PAPERS | Under Construction @ Keele Winter '17 Issue

Under Construction @ Keele is the bi-annual, peer-reviewed journal for the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Keele University. The journal is an Open Access publication – produced by students, for students – which provides a platform to showcase the high quality of postgraduate research here at the Keele, as well as providing an invaluable opportunity for students to get published in a supportive environment. 186 more words


Coming back soon!

Hi guys,

I have not been posting regularly recently and have made the decision to pause this blog until my dissertation is due in just under 3 weeks (eek!). 49 more words


No, I didn’t get PhD funding, and yes, I am pissed about it.

The Talmud is made up, in essence of two sections, one is a written transcription of an oral tradition of Jewish law and the second is a record of the discussions which take place around this written transcription it includes the discussion as well as the disagreements for all to read and reflect. 704 more words

Graffiti, media & the commodification of resistance

This week I presented ‘Instagraff – How the rich kids of Instagram killed the graffiti writer’ to the British Sociological Association annual conference at Manchester University. 698 more words

Applying for Job: The Epic Quest

This month is it. The teaching aspect of my Masters comes to an end, and with it all of the free time!! Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha. No. I bloody well wish. 1,100 more words


Asha and Francesca Talk International Studies – Part Two

eAmbassadors Asha and Francesca are back to chat about opportunities outside the classroom for International Studies students. Check out part one of this video where they answer FAQs about the International Studies Program. 80 more words

Student Life

A Year of Firsts In 2016

I managed to achieve a few personal “firsts” in 2016 which I feel should be acknowledged, and it all began in January at the Burns Night Supper, where I recited two poems in public for the first time ever. 1,033 more words