In this episode Danni chats with Dr. Hana Saliba Salman. Hana talks about her experience as an early career researcher from a minority (of Palestinian origin) in Israel, and the unique difficulties of being a minority in academia. Hana also shares her passion for English literature and especially the detective genre, on which she wrote both her Master thesis and PhD at the University of Haifa. Her current research, as a post-doc fellow at Ben-Gurion University, focuses on the interchange between memory and culture. Hana recently signed a book contract titled "Lone Wolves: Marginalized Detectives in a Postmodern Realm". In this episode Danni drank Amaretto and Hana drank Rose wine.Enjoy the episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode Danni chats with Dr. Renske de Kleijn from University Medical Center Utrecht. Renske talks about her research on supervisor feedback, her very supportive and useful "Happy PhD Supervisor" twitter account (@HaPhDs) and the importance of music in her life. Renske also talks about the Covid-19 related children book that she has manged to publish recently, and the Dutch imposter syndrome song that she translated to English. During the episode Renske drank a local 0.0 Heineken beer and Danni drank Amaretto.Visit our twitter account (@what2dowiththat) and Instagram account (@what2dowiththat)Enjoy the episode. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode Danni chats with Dr. Tahira Anwar about her STEM journey that started in Italy and finished with her PhD in Helsinki, Finland. Tahira talks about being a woman of colour in STEM academia, including her experience with sexual exploitation in academia and her ongoing imposter syndrome. She also explained about her field of research Autophagy, her future plans outside of academia, and her love for Pakistani and Italian cuisines. During the episode Tahira drank traditional chai and Danni drank Amaretto.Enjoy the episode See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode Danni chats with Dr. Jonathan Kolieb from RMIT University (Melbourne) about his journey from Australia to California and Washington, and back home to Melbourne. Jonathan talks about the importance of a good supervisor - researcher working relationships, as well as on his work on human rights and companies, and children in armed conflicts. In this episode Jonathan drank his newly favorite drink, Gin and Tonic, and Danni drank Amaretto.Dr Jonathan Kolieb is a Senior Lecturer in Law at the Graduate School of Business and Law, RMIT University. Jonathan’s research and teaching interests focus on global governance issues, including current projects on international conflict resolution, business and human rights, and the accountability of transnational corporations under international law. His PhD dissertation was entitled: “Corporate Peacebuilding and the Law: Regulating the Private Sector for Conflict Transformation.”Enjoy the episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.