“It’s questionable how ethical it is to retell the story of women whose lives have already been damaged by media depictions of them.” Read PhD candidate Daisy McManaman discussing a new documentary on the life of Anna Nicole Smith for The Conversation: Anna Nicole Smith: You Don’t Know Me – Netflix doc seeks to reclaim … Continue reading Anna Nicole Smith: York PGR featured in The Conversation
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How to steal the limelight: Panel discussion and Q&A with public engagement winners
Public engagement winners will share their experiences and secrets to success on the stage.
Watching the whistleblowers: two new spy films tailor-made for an age of paranoia
Catherine Edwards, Doctoral Researcher in the Department of English and Related Literature, has been published by The Conversation.
Writing workshop with The Conversation
Got an idea for an article for The Conversation? Want to communicate your research to a wider audience?
Why whistleblowers must be kept confidential – just look at what happened to me
Another PhD student, Ian Foxley (Politics and Centre for Applied Human Rights), has been published by The Conversation.
Join more York PhD students featured in The Conversation
Susan Watson, PhD Candidate in the Department of Social Policy and Social Work, is the latest York student to be featured in The Conversation.
Write for The Conversation
PhD candidate Thomas Nicholas is currently featured in The Conversation. Promote your research and write for The Conversation.