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

Freedom Road

This incredible guest post comes from Janine Mitchell. Janine Mitchell is starting the second year of her PhD in Creative Writing at the University of Stirling. Her practice-led research examines the ways in which archival material is analysed, selected and implemented in the creation of biographical narratives, and how this process negotiates the shifting boundaries of … Continue reading Freedom Road

Technical Skills for Textual Editing: Understanding Variants

Dr Katie Halsey is a Senior Lecturer in Eighteenth-Century Studies in the Division of Literature and Languages at the University of Stirling, as well as Co-Director of the Centre for Eighteenth-Century Studies at Stirling. 23 doctoral researchers signed up for this doctoral training workshop via the EventBrite site. On the day, 18 students attended (of whom … Continue reading Technical Skills for Textual Editing: Understanding Variants