Tagged with Anna Tarrant

Symposium announcement: Masculinities, roles and transitions: exploring diversity and well-being in the unfolding of men’s lives

Symposium announcement: Masculinities, roles and transitions: exploring diversity and well-being in the unfolding of men’s lives

University of Leeds, Tuesday 10th May, 2016, 9.30-5pm, Room TBC. I am delighted to announce that the Foundation for the Sociology of Health and Illness (FSHI) has funded a one-day symposium that will explore diversity and well-being in the unfolding of men’s lives. The symposium is a collaboration between the University of Leeds, Edinburgh Napier University, … Continue reading

New Publications!

I have been a bit quiet on my blog recently but I would like to resurrect it now and share some news with you all. I have had two things published. One is a book review of Men, Masculinities and Methodologies by Barbara Pini and Bob Pease which is going to be published in the Gender, Place … Continue reading

We’re looking for a new #acwri host!

Jeremy and Anna are looking for someone new to host #acwri on Twitter, initially to cover Anna while she goes on maternity leave. An explanation of what #acwri is can be viewed on the PhD2Published website here but it is essentially a well-established Twitter community consisting of academics from various career stages, disciplines and countries, … Continue reading

Interesting post on teaching today

I want to make a special link to a blog post I read today a) because I have just published my own post about teaching identity and caring and b) so I can find this again when I come back to academic teaching! Prof. Janni Aragon has written a very short but poignant post called … Continue reading