Challenging the Normative: Academia and Neurodiversity

This week's guest post is by University of Stirling PhD researcher Rosie Priest. Here, she discusses the specific difficulties she's encountered throughout her time in academia and how the exacerbation of those issues during the pandemic encouraged her to seek help. When lockdown came in March last year, I did what I always did, what … Continue reading Challenging the Normative: Academia and Neurodiversity

‘What is Grief if Not Love Persevering?’: Making Space for Grief in Academia

For the past several weeks I – along with a large portion of the world, it seems – have been engrossed with the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s latest show, WandaVision. It might seem strange that I’ve chosen to focus a post for the SGSAH research blog on a television show, but I promise I have my … Continue reading ‘What is Grief if Not Love Persevering?’: Making Space for Grief in Academia