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How I see it .... reflections on my PhD progress

In my job, one of the most important things in my career has been keeping other people safe, as a nurse, as a mentor and as a teacher. 446 more words


On (not) Writing

For Liz Stanley – who was right (sort of).

‘Remember to write whilst working down there.’

You’re wilting already under her Basilisk stare,

‘Bang out an article whilst you sit on the plane, 251 more words


Trade and Investment Law Reading Group

I am currently co-organising a reading group at King’s College London that bridges international political economy and international trade and investment law. The first four sessions will cover various aspects of this interdisciplinary relationship: 68 more words

Presenting at the ISA 2019

I’m presenting at the upcoming ISA Annual Convention 2019 in Toronto, 27–30 March 2019. Here’s the abstract of my paper:

Research on international organisations has increasingly explored how bureaucracies, networks of experts and diplomatic processes make social reality ‘legible’ and governable by engaging in distinct classification and framing activities. 134 more words

Networking – my notes, my experience. Part 2

Today’s post is the continuation of a previous post about Networking from a few months ago. If you haven’t had the chance to check it out, I highly encourage you to start with it by clicking here:  909 more words