Month: December 2014

The end of the beginning

I’m currently writing up my thesis, with only a couple of weeks left to go. Hence the rather long silence on this blog, and the choice to stop updating from this point. I was intending to end this blog with a television interview that I conducted a couple of weeks back, but so far it seems like the interview has not made it to transmission – I’m assuming that my responses to their questions about selfies and psychological disorders weren’t quite what they were looking for (i.e. sensationalist and inflammatory), and they’ve chosen not to show it.

There’s still so much work to be done concerning selfies and women’s photography more generally, that I feel like I’ve barely scratched the surface of what I wanted to do. Still, as people keep telling me, a PhD is not your life’s work, and there’s plenty of time for all those other interesting topics and avenues of investigation. And so I end here, ready to begin again next month at my new job, a new project, and a new blog.

Many thanks for reading.