This guest blog comes from Richy Carey, a doctoral candidate at the University of Glasgow researching the language of collaboration in the construction of film sound. Here, he reflects on his SDF project, and the relationship between time and knowledge. One of the conditions of receiving a Student Development Fund award is that you submit a blog post … Continue reading The time it takes to get to know
Joanna Foster is a practice-led PhD Researcher at DJCAD, University of Dundee. She has kindly shared her experiences of the recent SGSAH Publishing in Research & Practice Workshop, as well as some of her fantastic sketches. In September I took part in the SGSAH-run Publishing in Research & Practice Workshop, hosted by Stirling University. The … Continue reading GUEST POST: Publishing in Research and Practice Workshop: Reflections
Last week I waxed lyrical on my introduction to Cornell Notes, so wanted to update you on my progress with them. They're...fine. I don't feel like my life has changed much since I started using them (I was expecting fireworks every time I took up a pen, at the very least). They're actually not bad … Continue reading Revisiting Old Work
As part of the 2016 SGSAH Residencies Pilot, Matluba Khan joined the team at Deveron Arts in Huntly as their Thinker-in-Residence, which she discussed in two guest posts earlier in the year (read them here and here). This week we're very pleased to have an insight from the opposite side of the residency with an post … Continue reading GUEST POST: Reflections from a residency host
As part of the SGSAH 'Theories of Knowledge' series, Professor Richard Coyne gave an illuminating talk on knowledge and ignorance in our digital age. He has kindly shared with us a post originally published on his own blog, discussing post-truth politics. The term “post-truth politics” was coined by journalist David Roberts in an article in Grist in 2010. The … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: Is post-truth politics a thing?
Anna Scott is the new Knowledge Exchange and Partnerships Manager with the SGSAH and has very kindly written a post detailing more about her role and the upcoming opportunities for researchers across Scotland, which all sound super exciting! I joined the SGSAH team in August from Arts & Business Scotland, where I was Stakeholder Engagement Manager … Continue reading Guest Post: Introducing Anna Scott