Things have been happening for PhD student Britt Amell.  She, along with Carleton’s Dr. Sophie Tamas (Geography) and Maria Dabboussy (English), have co-established and launched the Emotional Geographies Lab, a virtual space dedicated to supporting research and inquiry into emotional geographies. Her chapter on “imposter syndrome” in higher education has been accepted for publication in a forthcoming collection from Palgrave.  Her article, “Inextricable: Doctoral writing, engagement, and creativity” co-authored with Dr. Cecile Badenhorst of Memorial University, appeared in the Journal of Student Engagement in Higher Education.  She and Badenhorst along with James Burford (LaTrobe, Australia) are also co-editing a volume on reimagining doctoral writing for WAC Clearinghouse.  Congratulations Britt!