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Juggling competing activities: academic staff as doctoral candidates
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2019-11-11)
This article explores the experiences of a group of established academic staff in New Zealand and the UK, as they undertake a doctorate in their home institutions. Our interest is in how individuals negotiate this dual ...
‘Homeliness meant having the fucking vacuum cleaner out’: the gendered labour of maintaining conference communities
(Taylor & Francis, 2019-10-24)
This article extends examinations of the gendered nature of care and service in academia, with a particular focus on the labour of maintaining conference communities. Utilising empirical data from a cultural history of the ...
Reflections on teaching research ethics in education for international postgraduate students in the UK
(Taylor & Francis, 2015-11-25)
Research ethics in education is a challenging topic to teach and to learn. As the staff and student body in UK higher education and elsewhere diversifies, the challenges increase as shared reference points diminish. My ...