The Research Hive is pleased to announce a call for posts for the Research Hive blog. As you may know, the Hive blog is a space where the Hive publishes information about upcoming events for researchers but it is also a platform for researchers to talk about their research, their PhD journey, the obstacles, the celebrations, the imposter syndrome, and everything else that entails this process.
We would like to invite researchers to send us posts between 600-750 words on one of the 2 areas below:
- You can tell us about anything that has marked your PhD experience. It could be a positive influence or negative: it could be a house plant or a coffee blend; a mug or a critic’s work. It could be anything that you feel has influenced your research in an interesting way. Or,
- You can tell us about how you adapted your research to the pandemic. It could be about disrupted field work or wellbeing, or if you changed your subject area due to the given academic and non-academic restrictions.
We request your posts be accessible to readers across disciplines. We welcome multi-media submissions as well: a video, a song, a meme, a zine! Write to us on email@example.com with your submissions or any questions that you might have. The deadline is 20th March.
All the submissions will be published on the Hive blog and one person (chosen at random) will win the £50. Additionally, we will be compiling the blog posts into one mega-post that will get published in SAGE Publication’s Perspectives blog.