When I was 8 years old, my primary school substitute teacher hinted that I might have faked my reading diary. For two weeks I marked two books read per week. I assure you I wasn't. There was absolutely no incentive for faking anything since it was a pro reading campaign detached from grades. Simply, I … Continue reading The importance of reading
Finishing a PhD is something I dreamed about for (too) many years. And now that time is here for me. In 18 days I will be up there giving a public lectio based on my doctoral dissertation and then defend it (publicly) for up to 5 hours. Usually all of this takes approximantely two hours. … Continue reading What to do after finishing a PhD? Where to hop next?
Although I feel I have nothing wise to say today, I decided to use the possibility to do some blogging. Unfortunately for blogging, I've been too busy finalizing conference papers for summer research conferences, writing texts for blogs, like the EMES Junior Expert's Blog, and planting our allotment (garden). Currently, I'm in Barcelona for a … Continue reading Revisiting Barcelona