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This site is Retired

August 18, 2019

As would be obvious this site is retired. Unfortunately, WordPress has also retired the theme this blog is based upon, so it’s now impossible to change the call-out box above here ^^, without redesigning the entire site.

So an update: After the birth of my son, I decided to reassess my direction in life. I suspended my PhD and enrolled in a Masters of Teaching (Primary). (If you’re reading this from outside of Australia, primary teaching is equivalent to elementary education).

I graduated in 2018 and am currently having a ball teaching small children in local schools. I won’t be working academically any time in the foreseeable future, but am more than happy to correspond about disability history via the comments section here, or via linked.in.

Thanks for reading!

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