Virtual scholarship

A couple of weeks ago—is time slippery for you now too?—I participated in a virtual Higher Education Scholars meet-up. Regular readers will know that this is a frequent gathering of (until now) predominantly Sydney-based academics, doctoral candidates and professional staff interested in research in higher education. I have posted about our previous meetings, A reminder … Continue reading Virtual scholarship

Imagining research futures

  The Higher Education Scholars have been at it again. We are a group of higher education researchers based in and around Sydney who meet regularly. I've blogged about us before: A reminder to play, Staying in place, Yarning circle, and The spirit of research. To recap: 30 odd people, predominantly women, a mix of … Continue reading Imagining research futures

Profanity in the title

I have a new article in Gender and Education co-authored with colleagues James Burford (La Trobe University) and Jan Smith (National University of Ireland). It was a lot of fun to write, not only for the profanity in the title. It's called: ‘Homeliness meant having the fucking vacuum cleaner out’: the gendered labour of maintaining … Continue reading Profanity in the title