Under the Microscope: A Hug as an Expression of Friendship

The 'Under the Microscope' series of blog posts explores items that I have helped to catalogue and digitise for the Teams of Our Lady Transatlantic Super-Regional archive.   "A hug makes you feel good all day".   A Hug as an Expression of Friendship This Under the Microscope post looks at another item from the Newsletters collection. … Continue reading Under the Microscope: A Hug as an Expression of Friendship

Under the Microscope: Feminism in the Teams Archive

The 'Under the Microscope' series of blog posts explores items that I have helped to catalogue and digitise for the Teams of Our Lady Transatlantic Super-Regional archive.   Feminism: The Rules I've mentioned in a previous Under the Microscope blog post that there are quite a few humorous items that pop up. Staying within the Newsletters collection, this … Continue reading Under the Microscope: Feminism in the Teams Archive

The First Coursework Submission

As this blog was set up to follow my journey from archive student to archive professional, I thought I should post a blog about the coursework in my Archives & Records Management MA. I'm a part-time student studying two modules per term, I have two pieces of coursework due in before Christmas, but I'll post about the second piece … Continue reading The First Coursework Submission

Impostor Syndrome

I saw an article posted on Twitter the other day by Rachel Hermann about Impostor Syndrome, how it is definitely a thing, and how it is present in many graduate and doctoral students (original article here). Rachel says that "Impostor syndrome is the feeling that you don't belong', 'people believe that they aren’t good enough, … Continue reading Impostor Syndrome