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From steely-eyed sadists to licky Labradors, ingénue academics should beware of the cast of kinky characters who flock to academic get-togethers, says Tara Brabazon
Tara Brabazon on an argument that the doctorate is undergoing change
Is a study of addiction everything that we need it to be in a post-truth, alternative facts era? asks Tara Brabazon
Tara Brabazon on a study examining the concept and forms of liveness in media studies
As we continually wait for the next big thing, we are doomed to disappointment, finds Tara Brabazon
Digital habits reveal the delicate dance between our public and private selves, says Tara Brabazon
A study of the internet’s bullies and manipulators avoids the hard questions, says Tara Brabazon
Tara Brabazon on an ethnographical study of the internet users who ‘swarm’ in order to cause maximum pain
Welcome to the Times Higher Education PhD surgery with Tara Brabazon, professor of education at Charles Sturt University, Australia.
There are some important dos and don’ts to bear in mind when choosing someone to oversee your doctoral thesis, advises Tara Brabazon