Dr Ann Wand discusses with Dr Kayla Rush, Ellen Wiles and Dr Alfonso Del Percio the importance of ethnography as an academic form of writing and the benefits ‘creative writing’ can add to the academic discipline.
This month’s episode promises to be an interesting discussion on the importance of ethnography both within and outside academia and the difficulties faced when trying to apply ethnographic writing to other (non) academic disciplines.
Our guest-speakers include…
Dr Kayla Rush, Adjunct Faculty in Sociology, Clark State Community College, Springfield, Ohio
Dr Alfonso Del Percio, Lecturer at University College London, Institute of Education
Ellen Wiles, University of Stirling, author of The Invisible Crowd (HarperCollins, 2017)
Dr Ann Wand and guest-speakers, Dr Pia Jolliffe and Mr Rasmus Rodineliussen, discuss the positives, negatives and tips of the trade that come with having children in academia.
Dr Chelsea Robles, Research Specialist at the Institute of International Education in New York City, talks about coping strategies she has developed when dealing with isolation in academia.
Host: Dr Ann Wand (Oxford University)