Navigating Social Media as a Researcher

Here is the 2015 Social Media Map (thanks to Lucy Lyons for sending it to me): It is vast, varied and has something for everyone! But it can be overwhelming. It reminded me of a question I was asked in a recent class discussion about social media for researchers: What are the top 5 social media […]

The Lady Doth Approve: A Review of The FWSA Biennial Conference, June 21st-23rd 2013

I recently attended and presented at the Feminist and Women’s Studies Association of Ireland and UK Biennial Conference. It took place in the University of Nottingham from the 21st to 23rd June 2013 under the theme, “The Lady Doth Protest: Mapping Feminist Movements, Moments, and Mobilisations.” The theme is well-suited to my research interests and […]

A Review of Stephen King’s ‘Apt Pupil’

*This review was written as part of The Stephen King Project* Apt Pupil (1982) is a novella by Stephen King which originally appeared in Different Seasons, a collection of four novellas. Set in California, Apt Pupil follows Todd Bowden an all-American, golden schoolboy as he enters into a parasitic relationship with Arthur Denker after discovering […]