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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Hello 2017! I can hardly believe that it is already almost the end of January. Over the past few weeks, I have been working hard at getting everything together for a super productive year. Mostly because this is my 3rd … Continue reading
Last week I went to the two big linguistics conferences in Australia – the Applied Linguistics Association of Australia, and the Australian Linguistics Society. They took place back to back this year, at Monash University in Melbourne. There were lots of … Continue reading
One of the biggest problems that I have as a researcher is academic reading. As a kid, I was a voracious reader of fiction – especially sci-fi and fantasy – I would often read almost a novel a day. For … Continue reading
An unresolved problem… So there are always a whole number of things that can go wrong while doing research. While you can plan for many of them – and have back-up plans for most of them, sometimes things are more … Continue reading