Title 6.05 PhDs Worldwide: Australia (01/06/2022) Degree of recognition International Media name/outlet PhD Pending Podcast Media type Web Duration/Length/Size 48:35 Date 1/06/22 Description In this episode, we chat with Dr Ashleigh Prosser about the Australian PhD system. How does it work? How much teaching is involved? What does the application process look like? Find out more in this week's deep dive!
About Ashleigh: Dr Ashleigh Prosser FHEA is an early career researcher, and the Manager Capability Development in the Educational Enhancement Unit (Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Education) at the University of Western Australia. She completed her PhD by research in English & Cultural Studies at the University of Western Australia, for which she wrote a study of the Gothic mode in contemporary author Peter Ackroyd's London-based novels and historical works. Ashleigh’s research interests lie with the Gothic, and its relationship to haunting and the uncanny in literature and popular culture. Ashleigh is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Managing Editor of Aeternum: The Journal of Contemporary Gothic Studies, co-founder of the Australasian Horror Studies Network, and the social media manager for The Gothic Association of New Zealand and Australia (@GANZA_Official),
Find Ashleigh’s Twitter here: @GANZA_Official
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Producer/Author Anne Mahler URL https://anchor.fm/phdpendingpod Persons Ashleigh Prosser
- higher education
- Graduate School
- Gothic Studies