Great day yesterday at my workshop #InTheShadowOfTheStandard at @CLASUoN w/ loads of fab talks and participants @pkaratsareas @JamesHawkey @ruth_kircher @annettezhao @katerowley0 @merryndd @em_humps @mara_fuertes_ @erincarrie and many more

Our first set of reading recommendations for September, including @pranavkjain on preaching, @sarahcdunstan on Mokhtefi and Mbembe, @mackieteacher on evolution, and Nuala Caomhánach on Queer Feminist Science Studies https://t.co/yRrIYL0D4I

So impressed by the quality of the presentations at Dr Liv Walsh’s @livlaliv ‘s workshop In the #ShadowOfTheStandard at @CLASUoN. My first experience of Pecha Kucha, and crumbs, a. it’s tough, and b. they are brilliant at it.

First time seeing the fancy #MEITS @meits_owri flyer at the 'In the #ShadowOfTheStandard' #ECR workshop at @UniofNottingham
(And yes I invented a hashtag... Yay or nay? @livlaliv)

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