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Understanding Academic Worlds – Getting Started

disconex (4 avr. 2016)

Sixian is a PhD student member and Ronny is project manager of the DISCONEX team. In this blog post, they discuss why the blog is titled ‘Academic Wor(l)ds’ and what they think the DISCONEX project tries to do. In subsequent blog posts, you would hear more voices from the team discussing other ...

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Mapping the field – What makes a professor in linguistics?

disconex (18 avr. 2016)

Analysing academic worlds is very straight forward – that’s at least what one might think! There are these researchers doing their research in a particular way depending on their discipline and their research field, working in strong international networks and publishing in journals of global ...

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A linguist in a roomful of sociologists

disconex (30 oct. 2016)

I wrote this post thinking about my Phd journey so far. Like many novice researchers, I struggle with finding out who I am in this new world called academia, where everyone ‘speaks funny’ and seems to be able to identify with some expertise in a certain field of knowledge. “As a doctoral ...

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Academics like actors? Different stages of academic performance

disconex (13 nov. 2016)

So this happened back when I was an undergrad Philosophy student. After our first ever lecture on Heidegger we wandered out into the corridor in a state of stunned amazement – the theory seemed so deep and complex, touching on the most intimate experience of everyday being and yet it was so ...

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On the limits of academic freedom

disconex (4 avr. 2016)

Researchers often struggle with how they are categorized by others Researchers should be free from constraints that prevent them from the pursuit of scientific truth – this is an idea that universities all over the world like to pride themselves on. However, even the purest, most basic research is ...

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Academic names

disconex (3 août 2016)

Names are important, even more so when you are an aspiring researcher. Marta writes about her experience in academia and identifies three possible ways of dealing with 'name trouble'. –So, what’s your name? –It’s Marta. –Oh, Magda! I have a friend… –No, that would be another popular ...

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Outsiders and insiders

disconex (9 juin 2016)

Belonging to a group is very important to people. Even people who claim to be loners and deliberately live in the most isolated locations would still belong to a family unit, a community and/or a nation. We all seek belonging be it with other people or on a more abstract level, with a school of ...

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Welcome to Academic Wor(l)ds!

disconex (14 mars 2016)

Academic Wor(l)ds is a research journal of the DISCONEX project, which investigates how researchers do research. DISCONEX contributes to the emerging field of Social Sciences and Humanities Studies (SSHS) as well as to the transdisciplinary field of Discourse Studies. The project compares academic ...

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Why study positioning practices in academia? Voices from DISCONEX project

disconex (11 avr. 2016)

Science and scientists have been the object of scholarship for some time now. Fields like the philosophy, sociology, or history of science as well as the sociology of intellectuals are all interested in how ideas and scientific discoveries emerge in certain (social, historical, philosophical) ...

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Vilifying fat in our diets and scientific discourse

disconex (22 janv. 2017)

The ‘fat wars’ in nutrition science and what it reveals about scientific discourse and the politics of doing scientific research Where I grew up, in Singapore, the national health board exhorted the consumption of margarine and vegetable fats instead of saturated fats like butter and ghee three ...

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