Monthly Archives: April 2015

Attending the York Neuroscience Symposium: A medievalist treading new ground

My project, ‘Neurodegenerative Disorders and the Handwriting of Medieval Scribes: Using the Past to Inform the Future’ is now entering it’s fourth week. I’m officially back at my desk and have now become a member of York’s Centre for Digital Heritage, which offers exciting prospects for sharing ideas and methodologies. Over the past month or […]

Persuasion: Making Job Applications as an Early-Career Academic

      Firstly, apologies for the extended gap between posts on The Scribe Unbound. I can hardly believe that it has been two months since I made my last posting, but it has. The reason for the lapse was the end of my ‘Discipline Hopping Internship’ in February, which heralded a rush to get loose ends […]