Featured online

A range of guest blog posts on various aspects of Jane-Heloise’s research, academic interests and recent projects. Please feel free to click through to the original posts:

Emotions in 3D: Digital modeling at the museum

15th April, 2016. Featured on ‘Histories of Emotion’, the official blogroll of the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions (1100-1800), and was one of the most popular posts for 2016.

How VR apps are made

1st March, 2016. This post, a summary of the AVRL (Accelerating Augmented and Virtual Reality) February 2016 meeting, was featured on the AVRL blog roll. I am a regular contributor to the event summaries for this group.

Interdisciplinarity: It’s not a Dirty Word

26th November, 2014. Featured on the Rowman and Littlefield International blogroll. Rowman and Littlefield are an academic publishing house who specialise in interdisciplinary publishing, with branches in the US and the UK.

Celebrating Word and Image 1200-1600 Manuscript Exhibition

5th November 2014. Featured on the blogroll of ‘Ceræ: An Australasian Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies’, dedicated to forging a strong community of medieval and early modern scholars in the Australasian region.

Below are highlights from a personal blog I maintained between 2014-2016.

Why a non-academic job will benefit your research career

Stonemasonry: A Day in the Life



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