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Scoffing at Blogging: A Converted Public History Postgrad

By Emma Fleming Emma Fleming

When I sat in my first undergraduate seminar at university, the class was told that a learning diary was compulsory. I couldn’t have been more uninspired, unenthusiastic or determined not to produce a notebook filled with forced wishy-washy scribbles... Needless to say, after four … Continue Reading ››

Blogging: What’s in it for PhD students?

Should PhD students blog and when should they start blogging? Two years ago Laura Mair began her blog Victorian Ragged Schools<http://raggedschools.blogspot.co.uk/>. Here she tells us what she gets out of blogging, how it complements her postgraduate research and how it helps her build a scholarly profile and online presence. I am the creator of … Continue Reading ››