Safety in the Field for Interviewers
Often there is a lot of discussion on protecting the identity of our subjects when we do our research. The IRB focuses on the protection of both the subjects and the institution to a great extent, but what about the researcher? In the Terry Arendell paper about the difficulties she found in her interviews […]
On Applying for a Fulbright
John Garrison Marks is a PhD graduate student in History at Rice University. His dissertation compares the experiences of free people of color in two port cities of the Americas during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Find him on Twitter @johngmarks.
About a month ago, I got really lucky. My school sent out […]
Learning to Reflect – Getting Through a “Mid-Degree Crisis”
This is a guest post by Kaitlin Gallagher, a PhD student in Kinesiology at the University of Waterloo.
I’m not sure if this Grad Student phenomenon has a name yet, but I’ll give it one – “The mid-degree crisis”. You are about two years into your degree, but still two (or more) years […]
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