When we talk about the possibilities which social media offer for rethinking scholarly communication, it’s easy to slip into the trap of thinking this ambition is a new one. We counterpoise the ‘new’ and the ‘old’, the innovative and the traditional, the digital… Read More ›
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I’m currently reading Ghosts of My Life: Writings on Depression, Hauntology and Lost Futures by Mark Fisher. It’s an interesting book which explores a condition in which “life continues, but time has somehow stopped”. His claim is that this “stasis has been… Read More ›
The Just Publics @ 365 blog recently posted a wonderful guide to academic blogging. It has some fantastic advice from a range of experienced academic bloggers – it also has cartoons! Check it out here.