Some of us have started to return to the office and in doing so we are relearning how to connect with our colleagues and professional networks.
The art of the office and how to share our work with the outside world is always a challenge and nevermore so than in these strange Covid times.
To help guide us we have gathered round the watercooler with our long-time friend and colleague, Dr Hannah Graham, Senior Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Stirling.
Hannah has established herself as a prominent public scholar who is never shy of raising her voice and speaking out about issues of crime and justice that are close to her heart.
In this episode we learn more about how Hannah has developed her public voice, how she (and others) can connect and support colleagues and why it’s important to show up!
Hosted by Dr Alistair Fraser, Director of the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research (SCCJR).
Produced & Edited by Rachelle Cobain, Communications Officer at SCCJR.
Music: ‘Rewind’ by Donna Maciocia and Sean H available to download from the Distant Voices EP ‘Looking at Colours Again’.
BONUS EPISODE 'Is there life after state punishment?' with Fergus McNeill, Marguerite Schinkel, Reuben Jonathan Miller and Shadd Maruna.
We used to say look at the stars to feel how small you are, today we need just look at our phones. As we type into them the network pulses and our secrets are hoarded by the algorithm. We must ask, are we human or are we data?
SCCJR besties Lisa and Nughmana first met when doing their PhD's at the University of Glasgow and soon found they had a lot in common; their research interests, having busy home lives with young kids, wanting to do academia differently and a shared love of chatting over cake and coffee.
Our colleague, or should that be 'sister' of SCCJR, Dr Cara Jardine, Senior Lecturer at the University of Strathclyde, joins our host Ali Fraser to help kick off Season 2 of the Just Humans podcast.