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A new role

It is no coincidence that my blog has been rather neglected since I completed my PhD. I have been experiencing the early career precarity which, though it is becoming more visible, still affects many of us after we submit our theses. This post is not the time for an extended account of my years in the insecure early-career wilderness. Instead this is the time to celebrate the beginning of a new phase in my career. your profile photo, Image may contain: 1 person, smiling, sunglasses, outdoor and close-up

I have just started as a Lecturer in History at London South Bank University where I will be teaching on a new history degree (and three associated joint degrees). In some ways it feels like a long, slow exhale after holding my breath for a long time. It also feels like the start of something exciting. While I have a lot of work to do preparing new modules and settling in to life at a new university, I also have lots of opportunities to shape a new programme. Whether this results in more regular blogging remains to be seen!

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