The Dyslexic Imposterisms of a PhD student

Press/Media: Blogs and social media

Release date: 15/3/2018

Description

I just have – as with other dyslexic and non-dyslexic academics – different approaches, modes and bargaining chips that I summon to help negotiate and manoeuvre through the seemingly impenetrable mind palace of a PhD. I have learned and am still comprehending the uniqueness of my dyslexia as a neurological resource privileged with, and unlimited by, “outside the box” creativity, alternative thinking and unmatched wordplay. Even though I’m almost certain “dose” and “does” or is it “price” and “prize” are the same words.

 

Media coverage

TitleThe Dyslexic Imposterisms of a PhD student
Media name/outletGlobal Development Institute Blog
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date15/03/18
Producer/AuthorEdward Ademolu
URLblog.gdi.manchester.ac.uk/the-dyslexic-imposterisms-of-a-phd-student/#more-3861
PersonsEdward Ademolu