About meI am a second year PhD student in Australia. I started my PhD in February of 2015, immediately after completing my Masters degree. My research is qualitative and multidisciplinary – across a number of fields of linguistics, education, language planning, and dabbling in many others.
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Monthly Archives: October 2016
This is a quick post that will summarise what I have been doing for the first 18 months of my PhD. I started in February 2015, and have been following (as closely as possible) the recommended structure as set out … Continue reading
So apparently I’m a millennial. There’s so many definitions of exactly what a millennial is at the moment, that sometimes it’s hard to tell. If I’m not technically in the age group, then I’m close enough to count. One of … Continue reading
I am currently working on my first journal article for publication. This one has been a long time coming as it is based on my Masters project, which I finished in 2014. At this stage, I have written the bulk … Continue reading