Neurodiversity Resources for Sussex Doctoral Researchers and Supervisors

Together with the Sussex Neurodiversity Society and supported by the Doctoral School, the Sussex Research Hive has launched a brand new Canvas page, “Neurodivergent Researchers and Supervisors” with various resources and tools, all of which can be found in the Researcher Development Online module or simply click here. Whether you are a neurodivergent researcher, a supervisor supervising neurodivergent students or if you are simply just … Continue reading Neurodiversity Resources for Sussex Doctoral Researchers and Supervisors

Guest Blog Post: “Allyship is a choice we make everyday “

In conjunction of International Women’s Day, Yue Ting Woo wrote about what ‘allyship’ means (to her as a researcher, her research, and its applications and viewpoints in society). Through my research on allyship, I have realised that the concept is foreign to many people. Hence, when explaining what “allyship” means, I often default to the general idea – actions (or an identity based on actions) … Continue reading Guest Blog Post: “Allyship is a choice we make everyday “

Black History Month with Book Recommendations (Part II)

As promised, we’re back this week with a fresh list of book recommendations on different topics in conjunction with Black History Month this year, themed ‘Proud to Be’. This week, Hive Scholar Jamie Chan shares her personal favourites! Being born and raised in Malaysia, I’ve never heard discourses on Black history in school; neither have I been exposed extensively to Black cultures growing up – … Continue reading Black History Month with Book Recommendations (Part II)

Hive Scholars Celebrate Black History Month with Book Recommendations

October is ‘Black History Month’ in the UK! For the remainder of this month, each of the Hive scholars will be releasing weekly book recommendations on different themes in relation to Black History month! For this introductory blog, Hive Scholar Nathali Arias shares her thoughts on Black History Month and offers a selection of great literary, historic, and artistic recommendations for Black History Month. Black … Continue reading Hive Scholars Celebrate Black History Month with Book Recommendations

Podcast Review: Staying in with Emily and Kumail

If you ever treated yourself the excellent film called The Big Sick (2017) written by real-life inter-cultural couple Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon, then you know their story. I won’t spend time writing about them or the film (but watch it if you haven’t! It’s very cathartic, I promise), and tell you about their new podcast called Staying in with Emily and Kumail. The … Continue reading Podcast Review: Staying in with Emily and Kumail

Introducing: Nehaal Bajwa

Today we are introducing Nehaal, who will be taking over our Instagram stories for the day tomorrow to show us what a day in her life looks like. Though, with the current Covid-19 situation, we think that this might not be a typical day! But it’s good to share that we’re all in the same boat 🙂 Remember to follow @sussexreshive and follow #TuesdayTakeover to … Continue reading Introducing: Nehaal Bajwa

Introducing: Laura Gallon

Today we are introducing Laura Gallon, another Doctoral Researcher who will  be taking over our Instagram for today, 7th January, to show you a day in her life! Remember to follow @sussexreshive and follow #TuesdayTakeover to see what Laura is getting up to!     What is your PhD about? I am working on contemporary short fiction by North American migrant women writers. Migrant literature … Continue reading Introducing: Laura Gallon