I like Foucault because he's got really high defense and has a good move set.
Right now I'm thinking of dividing it into maybe 4 chunks:
1. Prep work (software suggestions, overall work tips, what to expect, the thesis proposal stage, etc.)
2. Researching (managing notes, for the love of god use Zotero, citations, etc.)
3. Writing (daily goals, writing logs, approaching writing, (reverse) outlining, style, editing)
4. Taking Care of Yourself (get a hobby, drink some tea, go for a walk, make an account on scholar.social, shitpost with confidence)
which all sounds bad to me
It was about why the textcentric approach popular in ritual studies is unfit for understanding the ecological impact of the sites and activities it attempts to study and I used Heidegger/Ingold/Ahmed/Haraway to talk about my favorite coffee shop in LA.
[MA: Communication and Rhetorical Studies | Dungeon Master]
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