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March 01

Activism Barbie

    Firstly I would like to thank Dr Paula Singleton of Leeds Beckett University,¬†whom you can contact on twitter here.¬†Paula very kindly shared her resources and ideas with me, and you can read about some of her Activism Barbie workshops on her blog. I would also like to thank Dr Kay Standing, Reader in […]

August 25

Ph.D help

I will update this list when I find helpful articles and blogs. As you know from reading the blog I think it’s crucial to develop a supportive and inspiring cohort of Ph.D researchers. I am lucky enough to be part of a solid network with lift one another up and share ideas, articles, blogs, conferences, […]

May 15

Sex Work Researcher Day Out 2014

We are having a sex work postgraduate researcher day out in Blackpool on June 13th 2014. What started out as Dr Emily Cooper and I meeting up to celebrate Emily’s viva success (yay!) and talk research, has become an open invitation to those postgraduate students studying sex work. We will also have a few researchers […]

May 06

Sex work charity fundraising

Calling all university feminist societies, why not promote this excellent cause? Genesis Leeds are walking the Yorkshire Three Peaks to raise funds for the crucial work they do. Perhaps you could arrange your own event to support Genesis here? You can find out more about the challenge and how to donate here. Genesis are a […]

April 17

Leeds Metropolitan University PORESO PHD Symposium Call for Papers

I am very excited to announce that we have finalised the Call for Papers for the Leeds Metropolitan University PORESO PhD Symposium. Keep 11th June free in your diaries! This is an ideal opportunity to start sharing your work and receiving constructive feedback in a safe, friendly and supportive space. This will also provide the […]

April 08

Engaging With Gender Issues: A Knowledge Exchange with Women’s Community Groups

Wow. What a day. Lots of heads are certainly better than one. And the Phd experience is certainly no exception. I don’t learn from sitting in a room reading books, I have to get out there, listening to others, interacting, bouncing ideas. What I love about my research topic is it’s so real, so tangible, […]

February 20

Happy PhD

So, after reading this blog post by Amber Davis, this post on Chronic Fatigue and M.E, and Anna Wood’s post on M.E I have decided to sign up for Amber’s Happy PhD course. Now I feel very lucky and fortunate to be a funded PhD student, and I love what I am doing and feel […]