Author Archives: Erika Cule
One of the few issues on which my parents both took the same, apparently unwavering and absolute position was that of the sanctity of the secret ballot. Vote, my father said. No vote, no voice, he said. People died for … Continue reading
When in doubt, read the instructions is to productivity what aphorisms are to meaning.
This week, I reviewed Having a Birthday as part of Ant Cule’s project antcule.reviews, (Subtitle: An Extremely Subjective View of Being A Human). For the uninitiated, Ant and I collaborated on this blog post about giving a talk, back when … Continue reading
The Coursera course Think Again: How to Reason and Argue started again on Monday – there’s still time to sign up! I took the course in the second half of 2014, making me a Think Again alumnus. If you are … Continue reading
Over on the sister blog, I have written about why images of women in science are important, in reference to #thatothershirt. About the sister blog: Belle Jar is a collaborative feminist project, committed to smashing patriarchal norms, one day at … Continue reading
One of the advantages of being “Beyond the PhD” is having enough time to do all of those things I used to want to do when all of my time was taken up by writing up. After handing in my corrections, and … Continue reading
Quiz question: where were these two photos taken? For bonus points: add a photo of yourself in the same location to this nascent collection…