I was happy when a pitch was well received at Limestone Post. While the piece I wrote, released today and detailing the vanishing peaches, doesn't yet capture the mode public scholarship I aspire to, I was able to receive feedback from a variety of Orchard leaders to fact check and help clarify the message. More importantly, the piece reflects a tonal and audience shift. The publication brings to mind some of the concerns facing my colleagues as we set out on careers in academia. How do we earn living wages while completing our graduate studies?Read More
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While I only got to spend two days at #AAG2018, it was, I think, my favorite experience at the annual geography conference. From seminar formats to the unending honesty & reflexive tone to the sessions, my work benefited so much from the 48 hours I got to be at this year's conference. Here were my highlights before I share about the session I co-organized in part 2.Read More
It is April, National Poetry Month, and I was so pleased to have the radio flood my car with poetry this morning & remind me to celebrate. Here's some good reading & listening--starting with poetry & moving into other literary forms calling to me lately.