It’s been almost a month since my last post. I can find tons of excuses, but the simple reality is that for an enterpreneur who tries to combine work and a PhD work sometimes gets in the way. Two days before Christmas we launched a new project. Insanity ensued in the days following and all […]
Yesterday Dissertation Reviews published my short overview of Hungarian Archives. A couple hours later a press release was published by the University of Northern Iowa on their great new project. In other words: it’s time for a new blog entry! Let me wish all my readers Happy New Year with a nice Christmas photo. Hope […]
Yes, it is true. I have managed to put together an 8000-word long essay, which is up to the high standards of the School of Museum Studies. Now I can enjoy the nice meals my wife is preparing for Christmas and play with my kids. Oh, wait. It is now official. My professor praised my […]
So I had my supervision and guess what. My professor acknowledged my work, but asked me nicely to tidy it up a bit. That was 8 days ago.
For some reasons Hungarian tend to call a pea and corn salad with a mayonnaise dressing “French salad”. It can also be made from leftovers. I bet French people will be outraged to hear that this one is labelled as French. Today, I am going to serve you a “French salad” – short snippets on […]
Okay, it’s been only six days since my last blog post, but recent developments warrant a short note here. Yesterday, I had a long conversation with my professor. Right now I am not writing any of my essays – yet, but I am reading. Books, journals, websites etc. As my professor put it, I am […]
The last few days were quite action-packed. And a bit overwhelming. Let me share you a few thoughts on PhD Research Week, the development of my thesis and the learning curve.
Next week I will return to Leicester for the School of Museum Studies’ PhD Research Week. I will have my presentation next Wednesday. But this post is not about my visit. It is loosely related to a Public Enemy rap song.
Back in October, I spent a few very enjoyable days in Leicester. Now I will return to the uni for the PhD Research Week in June. And to top it all I will be able to talk about my thesis in front of a few other students. Last week I was a bit terrified […]
Once I wrote my blogpost, it was like a weight has been lifted off my chest. And I wrote over 4,000 words in two weeks. This feels great. I have to admit this was a rather intense two weeks. Aside from scoring victories in my professional work, I finally put myself together and started writing […]