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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.

Scholars Unbound Dahlia Simangan

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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.

    Season 1 Finale: 2022 Plans

    Season 1 Finale: 2022 Plans

    Episode 28: What a year it has been! In this episode, I share some of my plans for this podcast, including the first Scholars Unbound Program next year.


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    Music by Lava Koirala

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    Lessons from a Year of Podcasting

    Lessons from a Year of Podcasting

    Episode 27: Do you want to start your own podcast or maybe you’re just curious about the process that goes behind producing a podcast? I hope you will find this reflection on some of the lessons I have learned from one year of podcasting helpful.

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    Also available on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube.
    Music by Lava Koirala

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    Revising an Academic Paper

    Revising an Academic Paper

    Episode 26: In this episode, I share my process when revising a research paper for an academic journal hoping to compare notes with you and learn from each other when it comes to tackling the sometimes arduous task of addressing a major revision decision.

    Ep 24: Rising Above Rejections
    Ep 22: The Power of Saying No

    Dr Raul Pacheco-Vega's Draft Review Matrix

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    Music by Lava Koirala

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    Decolonising Academia

    Decolonising Academia

    Episode 25: Dr Harvy Joy Liwanag, a medical doctor and health systems specialist from the Philippines, discusses the importance of decolonising global health and academia and encourages us to practice reflexivity in our research activities.

    Dr Liwanag's profile at the United Nations University-International Institute for Global Health (UNU-IIGH)

    UNU-IIGH's Decolonisation Conversations Series
    Episode 1: Reflexivity through Conversations
    Episode 2: Learning & Education

    Dr Liwanag's recent article on "Dialogical reflexivity towards collective action to transform global health."

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    Music by Lava Koirala

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    Rising Above Rejections

    Rising Above Rejections

    Episode 24: Rejections are normal and common in academia. What do we do whenever we are confronted with rejections and criticisms? In this episode, I share some of my thoughts and practices when dealing with rejections.

    Physics Today article on Einstein
    The Professor Is In Episode 2:29 on Coping with Disappointment, part I

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    Music by Lava Koirala

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    Doing a PhD during the Pandemic

    Doing a PhD during the Pandemic

    Episode 23: It's no news that the Covid-19 pandemic has profoundly changed our lives, but how do international students cope with unfortunate news from home while continuing their studies abroad? Irine Hiraswari Gayatri, a student from Indonesia (the most recent pandemic hotspot in Asia) who is currently studying in Australia (a country known for its tough lockdown and border controls) answers this and other difficult but important questions in this episode.

    Irine is a PhD candidate at the Gender, Peace and Security (GPS) Centre, School of Sciences, Faculty of Arts, Monash University, supported by an Australia Award Scholarship. She is also a Senior Researcher at the Centre for Political Studies, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) and writes regularly about security issues in Indonesia. Her latest article is for the Australian Outlook about terrorism in Indonesia during the pandemic. You can find her other articles here or follow her on Twitter (@gayatriveda) for updates.

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    Also available on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube.

    Music by Lava Koirala

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