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Mobility as homelessness

The uprooted lives of early career researchers

Corina Balaban

This article discusses three kinds of mobility among early stage researchers: geographical mobility, mobility between disciplines – or interdisciplinarity – and cross-sectoral mobility. It focuses on how PhD fellows engage with and negotiate experiences of mobility. These types of mobility have largely been presented as inherently beneficial in mainstream policy discourse, but this article presents a more nuanced picture of mobility, showing the challenges of mobility, as experienced and articulated by PhD fellows and some of their supervisors. The research is based on twenty-six interviews with PhD fellows and principal investigators involved in two types of flagship doctoral programmes: the ITN in Europe, and the IGERT in the United States. The main finding is that PhD fellows associated all three types of mobility with feelings of homelessness.

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Community–University Health Research Partnerships

Challenges and Concrete, Plain Language Strategies for Community Engagement in Research

Janet Page-Reeves and Lidia Regino

. Leviton , A. Chandra , J. C. Sloan , M. Tait and T. Orleans ( 2016 ), ‘ Cross-Sector Collaborations and Partnerships: Essential Ingredients to Help Shape Health and Well-Being ’, Health Affairs 35 , no. 11 : 1964 – 1969 . doi:10

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Navigating Shifting Regimes of Ocean Governance

From UNCLOS to Sustainable Development Goal 14

Ana K. Spalding and Ricardo de Ycaza

unpredictable nature of environmental change. Importantly, these calls for the integrative application of research and technology would not be possible without commitments to long-term observation systems ( Ehlers 2016 ) and the necessary cross-sector