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How to Write for an Academic Blog

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Blogs are increasingly relevant to researchers and, for those starting out in contributing to them, it can be useful to reflect on the differences with other outputs, writes Anthony Salamone. He sets out some suggestions on how to approach writing for an academic blog, including how to gain the most from the experience. As academia […]

Innovating with Digital Media: Looking Towards the Future of Academia

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Digital media are becoming an increasingly integral element of the academic environment, writes Anthony Salamone. He argues that different forms of digital engagement each offer their own benefits and that, in the long run, innovating with digital media can be a strong advantage in an academic career. Advances in technology over the past few decades […]

Welcome to Crossroads Europe!

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We are pleased to welcome you to Crossroads Europe! Crossroads Europe is the blog of the UACES Student Forum, the network of research students in contemporary European Studies. The aim of the blog is to showcases comment and analysis on the issues facing Europe today and reflections on being a researcher, from postgraduate authors. It provides a space for […]

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