caring, Reflection, Teaching

365 days later

Today is one full year since I took up my new post as Lecturer in History at London South Bank University This year has gone by very quickly! It has been a year of hard work. Mentors had advised me that the first year of a lectureship was tough and I can now wholeheartedly agree… Continue reading 365 days later

PhD, Teaching

Supervisor Absence

My PhD supervisor has written a couple of blog posts about her experience of pregnancy and motherhood having spent the last term on maternity leave. However supervisors can be absent for a number of reasons, such as illness, research trips away from the university etc. Reading my supervisors pieces got me thinking about it from another… Continue reading Supervisor Absence

Events, PhD, Teaching

Workshop: Teaching the History of Voluntary Action

Last week I attended a workshop on teaching the history of voluntary action at the University of Liverpool, financed by the Economic History Society. Following the recent resurgence of voluntary action history in research, this event provided an opportunity to consider how this research can be brought into our teaching and what this might look… Continue reading Workshop: Teaching the History of Voluntary Action