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Draft Theses on Prisons and Prison Slavery

The following was written on September 9th, 2016, in recognition of the nation-wide prisoner strike organized by the IWW’s Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee. I intended to publish it at that time, but was delayed and eventually forgot about the piece. 458 more words

Prison

Criticism and review in higher education: here be dragons?

This week’s guest post comes from Mark Summers, who was copyright officer at a UK university for a number of years, before leaving to undertake a PhD (in music). 1,050 more words

Guest Post

Collaboration with visiting scholars (December 2016)

EquJust programme with visiting scholars Ioanna Katsikopoulou (York/Thessaloniki), Gabriele Molzberger and Loriana Metzger (Wuppertal), Philipp Eigenmann (Zurich), Joon Heo (Yeungnam) during 14.-18.12.2016 at the University of Tampere School of Education: 100 more words

Research

Goddesses

Serving them: Receive blessings when one treats them well

Not serving them: Receive curses when ill treated

Who they are: Women/wives

Why… 109 more words

1 Peter 3:7

Finding grey literature

This is a summary of the first of our information skills workshops in November 2016. Please contact me, lizzie.sparrow@conservation.cam.ac.uk, if you have any questions about this topic. 1,589 more words

Information Skills

How long does it take to write a PhD thesis?

As a PhD supervisor I have often been asked ‘How long do you think it will take me to write up my thesis?’ My answer always begins ‘It depends…’ We then continue the conversation with an audit of material already drafted that may contribute (in edited format) to the final thesis. 1,067 more words

Centre For Social Informatics

New thesis added to library stock!

We just added to RAU’s library’s collections a new thesis completed by Matthew Spencer Axe and the title is “Carbon measurement prediction and enhancement of the agricultural hedgerow ecotone”. 15 more words

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