Category early career academia

Researching in Dublin: The Big Move

It’s been a while since I updated The Scribe Unbound. Last time I wrote, I was wrangling with image permissions having had a couple of articles accepted for publication. Those articles, which were all interdisciplinary, collaborative, endeavors, have now been published: ‘Historical analyses of disordered handwriting,’ Written Communication¬†34 (2016):¬†http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0741088316681988¬† ‘A history of dystonia: ancient to […]

From Gutenberg to Zuckerberg: Social Media and the Early Career Scholar

A senior academic colleague asked me recently if I thought that he should start using social media. We’d been discussing my blog and he was curious about its impact. He wanted to hear about what I’d gained from being visibly online. As I began to rhapsodize, I started thinking about the doors that social media […]