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Alas, no blogging for a short while as I’m swamped with prep for the new semester and my PhD by Publication viva next week. Comments on older pieces are always welcome, though!
Chris on September 03, 2013 in Interrupt | Permalink
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Hey Chris - hope the viva goes well. I did mine last week (staggered to get doctorate awarded with no corrections!) - can't quite believe that it is finally all over.
One nice consequence though is that I'm now free to begin my pile of 'books to read when I finish my PhD' - including 'The Mythology of Evolution'which I'm really looking forward to. Also - thanks to the serendipity of twitter - been reading Christy Dena's piece on emotion in games and thence to Nicole Lazzaro's stuff on 4 keys to fun - and so starting to dabble my toes in IHobo too (gaming is a whole new world for me). All of which have fed into thoughts on a possible paper for a science/religion conference next year.
Love this kind of connectivity across the disciplines. Thanks for providing so much wonderful material in your blogs :-D
September 07, 2013 at 11:28 PM
Congratulations on getting your doctorate - and with no corrections, too! A rare achievement indeed.
Thanks for the kind words! I have never managed to keep my toes in just one pond, and have managed to be resolutely inter-disciplinary for as long as I have been mistaken for an academic. :D
Always a pleasure to hear from you, and all the best in your 'new life' as Doctor Pat. ;)
September 11, 2013 at 10:02 AM
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