Lena Wånggren Conferencing while casualised: on privilege and precarity in UK higher education Many academics say that if there is one thing they need, in a marketised university system which demands constant productivity and quick results, it is more time – time to read, to write, to think, to do research, to attend conferences, toContinue reading “Lena Wäggren: Conferencing While Casualised: on Privilege and Precarity in UK Higher Education”
We’re pleased to have received a number of exciting abstracts for the FWSA Biennial Conference in September, and are extending the deadline for submission to 24 March 2017. Please see the conference page of our website for further information on how to submit a proposal.
Ailsa McKay Travel Grant recipient Faye McCarthy tells us about how receiving the grant supported her research: McCarthy F., Budd, L.C.S, and Ison, S.G. “If you think of a Pilot you wouldn’t think of a woman would you?”: Challenging the Male Norm of the Pilot Profession. Presented at the 96th Transportation Research Board Annual MeetingContinue reading “Ailsa McKay Travel Grant Blog – Faye McCarthy”