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It is an interdisciplinary academic online conference. If you have any questions about your ideas for a presentation, ask us!

Hello everybody, I'm Maël Montévil.

I am a theoretical biologist working at the crossroads of experimental , , and . I also work on the Anthropocene, among many other things.

I 've also recently redone my website using and some principles. montevil.org/

Ciao a tutti!

I'm Mike (he/him), and I'm a US-based language acquisition and . Primary area of interest is using for second language learning, grounded in critical, liberatory . I teach and

My hobbies include

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I'm nune, an autodidact teaching myself higher geometry from the ground up. A college dropout, turned web developer, turned game developer, I once dreamed of being a geology professor.

Unfortunately (for a whole lotta 👎 reasons), I didn't make it. So, I figured math is a great way to do science at home (kinda).

That's all I got for now. Thank you for having me! Oh, and you can check out my main at @nune

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Hello! Scholar.Social is excited to host the second , a free, indisciplinary online academic conference - roughly spanning 7/26-8/4 🌞

We'll be looking for: people to help organize, moderators for the presentations, and presenters! Stay tuned for more details 👀

You can check out past presentations here: summerschool.scholar.social/

Hello, I teach Greek and Latin in Zagreb, Croatia. I research Neo-Latin literature (Renaissance Humanism mostly), connected with digital humanities. A lot of books in Latin are available on the internet with few people to read them. Ars longa, vita brevis.

Hi scholar.social, Hi fediverse!
Mark here from Delft, Netherlands. I just started a PhD to research socio-technical enablers/inhibitors of software testing. In the next 4 years I will look into how and why developers do (not) test software. I am particularly interested in the social dimensions of this which is why I'm also curious to learn more about ethnographic research methods.

Looking forward to be a part of the scholar.social community to connect and share insights!

Hello everyone. I'm a music student based in Brazil (sadly). Currently I'm researching about post-colonialism in contemporary music. I'm also interested in agroecology.

Hi scholar.social,

I'm Donna, just got my MA in English Studies, a creative writer. I also teach English, Japanese and Korean in my spare time.

I have a broad interest in literature and language learning. Travel writing and post-colonialism was my main research scopes when I was a student. I believe that learning a language can help me break free from the constructed narrowed view and appreciate what a culture really looks like.

Looking forward to connecting with you all.

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Hi, I'm pursuing a Phd (CS, Software Engineering) at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) & Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. I'm also a (RSE) in linguistics.

💻 My research is on , and .

I also teach computational basics to researchers (), promote RSE () and am a Special Collaborator of the (SSI).

I'm based in Berlin, Germany.

I'm a library school student interested in public libraries and social justice. I love video games, hip-hop, baseball, plants, and queer stuff (and books, to be cliche).

I'm a senior post-doc based in 🇸🇪

My main expertise is and computational biology, but my passion is and I dabble in philosophy of science.

I code in R and have been meaning to learn for too long 😅
I've started teaching recently and I am loving it

In my free time I cook fancy meals, play too many videogames and think about science fiction.

This is my professional alt, but fellow queers are welcome to ask for my personal one.

Hi scholar.social!

I'm a doctoral researcher in , and I plan to test sluice-model of argument flow from periphery to core.

I'm also interested in and in general.

Non-academic interests include server administration & service hosting, video games.

This is not my first account in the Fediverse, but this time I want to make full use of the "local timeline" feature. (:

Hi scholar.social​:BlobCatMelt:
I am Rankie(she/they),a PhD student majoring psychology, still in the way figuring out my “ultimate” interest yet. My current interest is eye movement during reading.
I am new here, and love to connect with people from different disciplines​:BlobCatHeart:

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Hello. I study a PhD in Modern Literature, researching on literature theory, philosophy and poetry. I am working on a theoretical approach to some literary texts I call "ontological metapoetics" that put in dialogue multidisciplinary perspectives.

I am also an author of some books of poetry and narrative published in Spanish.

Some other interests I have are for aesthetics, philosophy of videogames, rabbinical literature, and pop culture.

Hope to share interests & be friends!

Hi there! I'm an undergraduate English major. Soon I will be a graduate student and major in . Broadly speaking my area of interests is , feminism and post-colonialism. Still exploring! Umm, currently I‘m writing my thesis about Sarah Kane. I'm pansexual. She/they both work for me ;)

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