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Scholars Unbound is a monthly podcast/video series that showcases the voices of scholars who know no boundaries when it comes to the pursuit of knowledge. You will hear insights from their experiences as international scholars and how these influenced their research, hoping to inspire future scholars to be fearless, global, and unbound.

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Scholars Unbound is a monthly podcast/video series that showcases the voices of scholars who know no boundaries when it comes to the pursuit of knowledge. You will hear insights from their experiences as international scholars and how these influenced their research, hoping to inspire future scholars to be fearless, global, and unbound.

    Episode 44: Academic Reset

    Episode 44: Academic Reset

    In this concluding episode of the year, I explain what I mean by academic reset and some of the practices I started doing to rethink, refocus, and restart my academic activities.

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    Episode 43: Publishing & Flourishing in Graduate School

    Episode 43: Publishing & Flourishing in Graduate School

    After interviewing Prof. Yuji Uesugi in the previous episode, we continued our conversation with his students at Waseda University about publishing a book, writing practices, the difference between a dissertation and a book, and so much more.  

    Relevant episodes:
    Episode 42: Publishing with your students
    Episode 31: Your thesis is not the book
    Episode 30: Turning my dissertation into a book  

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    Episode 42: Publishing a book with your students

    Episode 42: Publishing a book with your students

    In this episode, I talked to Prof. Yuji Uesugi of Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan about his book project with his students. He explained the value of publishing a book during graduate school and ways to facilitate collaboration between students and researchers.

    Books mentioned by Prof. Uesugi: Hybrid Peacebuilding in Asia (Springer, 2020) and Operationalisation of Hybrid Peacebuilding in Asia (Palgrave, 2021)

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    Episode 41: Ready to write your first book?

    Episode 41: Ready to write your first book?

    Writing a book is no easy feat. It takes time, effort, and a great deal of dedication. In this episode, I elaborate on some of the questions that I encourage you to think about before you embark on the often lengthy but rewarding journey of publishing an academic book.

    Relevant episodes:

    Episode 31: Your thesis is not the book

    Episode 19: Strategies for managing academic and family lives

    Episode 18: What's wrong with work-life balance?

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    Episode 40: Publishing Your First Monograph

    Episode 40: Publishing Your First Monograph

    I talked to Dr Dhanasree Jayaram, Assistant Professor at Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE), about her book and some of her tips for future book authors. We also discussed the unique challenges faced by scholars who earned their degrees in universities in the Global South and what we can do as an academic community when it comes to supporting each other's research work. 

    Get a copy of Dr Jayaram's book or suggest it to your librarian: Climate Diplomacy and Emerging Economies: India as a Case Study

    You can also follow more of Dr Jayaram's research work on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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    Episode 39: Challenges of Global South Scholars

    Episode 39: Challenges of Global South Scholars

    There are hidden (non-financial) costs in academia, and most of these are borne by scholars from the Global South. In this episode, I share some of the challenges I face that I know are not unique to me, hoping that as a community we can collectively demand solutions and address them in our own simple but powerful ways.

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    Also available on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube.

    Music by Lava Koirala


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