Monthly Archives: May 2016

Presenting Another of My Special People

Dr Monica Soeting, VU, Amsterdam, Netherlands is a very clever lady. Currently, Monica is a Guest Researcher at the Vrije Universiteit, and also a lecturer, teacher, and a postgraduate supervisor.  Monica is chief-in-editor and journal manager, and a co-founder, of the European Journal … Continue reading

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Some More Very Special People

Conjoint Associate Professor Josephine May is one of the sweetest, and most positive ladies I’ve ever had the pleasure to meet.  At the end of 2015, Associate Professor Josephine (Jo) May retired from her full-time position, Deputy Director, Centre for English Language and Foundation Studies (History), at … Continue reading

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Very Special People: continuation …

Before I move on with further introductions, I will backtrack to add a little more about a couple of the people I  introduced in earlier posts: Professor Hugh Craig FAHA (Fellow of the Australian Academy of Humanities,) University of Newcastle hugh.craig@newcastle.edu.au is the … Continue reading

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From Sam to Followers

From Sam to his blog followers, please ignore the post accidently published–the button for “save draft” is just above the “publish” button–a pain!!

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Very Special People, continued…

Continuing on from last blog, here are a few more of the people I count as significant others, people whom I have met in my wonderful journey into learning in the Humanities,  and whom I think of special, and who have … Continue reading

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