I wrote a piece for the latest issue of NiTRO, an Australian publication interested in the creative arts and how they fit within and outside of academia. There’s been some great articles in there over the years and I am pleased to join in! My piece is titled: Interdisciplinarity in practice: Casual academics, regional universities and doctoral supervision.
I am really excited about an upoming publication that is now available for pre-order: The Doctoral Experience: Student stories from the Creative Arts and Humanities (Brien, Batty, Ellison, Owens).
This book is the product of a surprisingly fruitful project that I was part of with my exceptional colleagues – Donna Brien, Craig Batty, and Alison Owens – and a host of generous, interesting research students. This book features their stories and it was really important to us to make sure we highlighted their voices.