Category Archives: Teaching

The Meh List: First Annual College Edition

Here’s something well worth a look and a laugh from the Sunday edition of the NYT Magazine: The Meh List: First Annual College Edition By MARK LEIBOVICH 1. Peer workshops 2. Johnny Manziel 3. Brown 4. “That was during my lesbian … Continue reading

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Visualizations of Conflict

My comment on why up-close-and-personal films about war don’t bring us any closer to the reality of the battlefield on OpenCanada.org as part of their in depth analysis of the Hot Docs festival.

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How to Interact with Your Instructor: A Guide for Undergraduates Here’s some much needed guidance for undergrads that will hopefully help thwart those “Yo Prof” or “Hey man” emails, or “Did I miss anything when I was in the Bahama’s … Continue reading

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What We Talked About At ISA: Teaching Gender and War: Some Reflections on Negotiating the Five Stages of Feminist Consciousness/Grief in Undergraduate Students

Originally posted on The Disorder Of Things:
A guest post in our current series on ISA presentations from Victoria Basham, who is Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Exeter. Victoria’s research draws on feminist and sociological theory to explore…

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“The Stupid Things People with a Ph.D. say on Airplanes” Great posting on Duck of Minerva from Laura Sjoberg. Many of us applaud the humorous and poignant way you poke fun at fellow academics falling prey to one of the … Continue reading

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Deborah Lupton with 30 tips for successful research and writing

Originally posted on Thinking culture:
The LSE blog has 30 tips for successful academic research and writing from Deborah Lupton. There are some really helpful points here. The planning ahead one is a big of a tricky point. I often…

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Warwick PhD studentships

Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
I’ve posted about the ‘Political Spaces’ ones before, but some other opportunities listed here as well at Warwick in the Politics and International Studies department. PAIS is pleased to announce two new funding opportunities for…

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