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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Phew. What a day. And a week. There’s no rest for the wicked. This week I’ve been madly working on that journal article again (sent to supervisor for new edits!), working on an application for the Educational Fellowship Scheme (draft … 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