Monthly Archives: March 2014

Scholarly Synergies: Interdisciplinarity and the Postdoctoral Researcher

As I approach the end of my second month as a discipline-hopping postdoc., I thought I’d write something about the experience of forming synergies between two or more fields of research. The paragraphs below summarise my initial thoughts about the opportunities that interdisciplinarity – especially between the humanities and the sciences – offers to the […]

Physician, Heal Thyself: Neurologists Who Have Disorders.

In the initial stage of my project on medieval scribes and neurology, I am reading about as many neurodegenerative conditions as possible. The aim is to be clear about which disorders present which symptoms, why, and in whom. Consequently, I hope to investigate neurological disorder in medieval people in an informed manner, in a way […]