Almost done!

Well, it's nearly time for my tenure as SGSAH blogger to come to an end. It's been great fun reading guest posts, writing about my experiences and lessons as a PGR, and seeing what people think of the blog and the PhD experience in general. It's been a difficult adjustment going from freelance to PGR, … Continue reading Almost done!

Finding peace in a frantic PhD

Katey Warran is the recipient of an AHRC Creative Economy Studentship led by The University of Edinburgh in partnership with Queen Margaret University, and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society. She is interested in bringing together the arts and sciences, with experience across a range of disciplines including arts and health, cultural sociology, philosophy and music. … Continue reading Finding peace in a frantic PhD

International Women’s Day: The women that shape my PhD

March is Women's History Month, and today (March 8th) is International Women's Day: a global celebration (which has apparently been observed since the early 1900's) of 'the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women', and a 'call to action for accelerating gender parity'. There are lots of ways that you can take part in this global event, from simply celebrating … Continue reading International Women’s Day: The women that shape my PhD