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Update on My Diss Process, and a Mini Book Review

If you’ve been wondering why I haven’t posted much lately, it’s because I’ve been busy studying for my qualifying exams. Now that that’s nearly done, I am living in that beautiful phase where I am beginning to strategize how I … Continue reading

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The collaborations have begun!

Some shout-outs to a few folks who’ve helped me recently: Thanks to Allison Carr, PhD student at the University of Cincinnati, who suggested I check out Blush: Faces of Shame, by Elspeth Probyn, a book which discusses shame as a … Continue reading

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