On generosity in academia

On generosity in academia

gen·er·os·i·ty (jĕn′ə-rŏs′ĭ-tē) n.pl.gen·er·os·i·ties Liberality in giving or willingness to give, Kindness or magnanimity, Amplitude; abundance, A generous act. Ref: The Free Dictionary  Last week I attended Bren Neale’s retirement conference (which I discuss here) and it has got me musing about generosity in academic life. The majority of presenters at the event spoke extremely warmly about Bren and all thanked her for her generosity. As an Early Career … Continue reading

My BSA presentation: A methodological strategy for conducting Qualitative Secondary Analysis across datasets

Last week I attended the British Sociological Association annual conference, which was hosted by Glasgow Caledonian University. It was a really enjoyable conference with a fascinating array of presentations that stimulated my thinking about my own research project about men’s longitudinal care responsibilities. I attended sessions in the Lifecourse and Families and Relationships streams for … Continue reading