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Early Career Scholars

ASDS is committed to supporting professional development and to this end The ASDS is committed to supporting ECR's professional development, therefore, we have a specific representative on the Council for Early Career Scholars; Hannah Rumble.

Please contact Hannah if you have any news, views or issues relating to Early Career Scholars, which you would like her to raise with the ASDS Council.

You can email Hannah at drhannahrumble@gmail.com or, contact her via Twitter at @drhannahrumble

But more importantly, the ECR Representative needs you!

Hannah invites comments from all ECRs working in some field of death, dying and disposal to submit their views on what they would like her to facilitate for ECRs, either making resources available through this webpage or perhaps to organise an event or workshop. Are there particular resources you would like her to set up as a series of links through this webpage? Would you be interested in some webinars? Perhaps a one-to-one career skype consultation? All ideas are welcome so don't hesitate to email Hannah with your ideas and requests.

Similarly, if you are a Postgraduate student, you can email your ideas to the ASDS PGR Council Representative, Renske Visser. Drop Renske an email at r.c.visser@bath.ac.uk

Career Development Advice

  1. New Career Biogs
  2. British Sociological Association: Authorship Guidelines for Academic Papers
  3. Death, Dying, and Disposal Ph.D. Thesis Abstracts
  4. Postgraduate Representatives

  5. Caroline Pearce
  6. Joshua Graham


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