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Coffee & Cocktails is expanding its blog to include short write-offs of 500-700 word articles written by academics from all aspects of their career. Topics are open to any and all disciplines with the intent of writing to a general audience. If interested, feel free to contact us via our Facebook page. 

Update: We accept submissions in English and Italian.

Careers, Uncategorized

Episode 8: Alternative career options for academics

In Episode 8 Dr Ann Wand, Dr Ana Ranitović and Dr Susan Larson discuss career paths outside academia, including the influences, positives and negatives of their own experiences.


Upcoming podcast on work-life balance for (new) parents in academia!

Coffee & Cocktails is back this month with a new episode on work-life balance for (new) parents in academia. After a much needed maternity break, we decided to explore the positives, negatives and tips of the trade that come with being a parent in a research-based environment. Below is a sneak peak of our upcoming guest-speakers!

Pia Jolliffe

Dr Pia Maria Jolliffe, University of Oxford; Research Fellow, Blackfriars Hall; Teaching and Research Associate, Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies

Mr Rasmus Rodineliussen, doctoral candidate at the department of Social Anthropology, Stockholm University, focuses on the social mobilization of scuba divers in Sweden against marine debris. Theoretically he addresses his field from the vantage point of Political Ecology. Rasmus has previously worked on topics of migration, with a special focus on Syrian refugees in Sweden.