We asked members to share their experiences of life in lockdown. In these strange times, we wonder, how quarantine is impacting our lives as scholars, students, and academics. Working from home is now the reality for so many globally. New work and research practices…
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Please see mine and @meredithseven new CFP: Women's Writing 1900-1920. Please share!
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The next @BACLS_official Seminar Series event (and first of 2022!) will be on Decolonising the Curriculum on Friday 28th Jan at 2pm. Please send proposals for 5 minute reflections by 14/01. Full details and registrations here: https://www.bacls.org/conferences/bacls-2022-seminar-series/