This is a Post About Languages

I'm lucky enough to have grown up speaking two languages, Welsh and English (we actually weren't allowed to speak English to our teachers in primary school outside English lessons). In secondary school I then learned a third, French. In my undergraduate degree I took a year of Ancient Greek, and I'm now learning Scots Gaelic … Continue reading This is a Post About Languages

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Yes, we can code

This week's guest post comes from Anna, a PhD candidate at the University of Glasgow, where she is investigating social interactions with robots. In addition to science, she is passionate about photography, travelling to exotic countries and all things cinema. You can connect with Anna on Twitter (@AnnaHenschel), through her website, and through ORCID. Programming used … Continue reading Yes, we can code

Immersion into spaces of law: Experiences from international legal negotiations

Mika Schroder is in the second year of her PhD at the Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law and Governance. Her research explores the meaning and practice of the ‘participation’ of ‘local stakeholders’ within international biodiversity law from the perspective of spatial justice and ethics. This is the second of two posts related to her AHRC … Continue reading Immersion into spaces of law: Experiences from international legal negotiations

A journey for scoping out research: Reflections on ethics, dialogue and process

Mika Schroder is in the second year of her PhD at the Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law and Governance. Her research explores the meaning and practice of ‘participation’ of ‘local stakeholders’ within international biodiversity law. The project is interdisciplinary, drawing on methods and theories from anthropology, law and geography. Her methodology is grounded in spatial … Continue reading A journey for scoping out research: Reflections on ethics, dialogue and process