On this episode, Katie is joined by Dr. Micky Lee, an Associate Professor of Media Studies and the Program Director of Asian Studies at Suffolk University, Boston. She has published one book, 19 journal articles and numerous essays on feminist political economy; telecommunications, new information and communication technologies; and media, information, and finance.
Segment 1: Balancing Research and Parenthood [00:00-11:12]
In this first segment, Micky share some her thoughts on balancing research and being a parent.
Segment 2: Support Structures for Successful Tenure as a Parent [11:13-18:28]
In segment two, Micky discusses the support structures and productivity strategies that help her research as a parent.
Segment 3: Productivity Strategies for Researchers Who are Parents [18:29-34:33]
In segment three, Micky recommends productivity strategies that help her research as a parent.
Bonus Clip #1 [00:00-07:04]: Choosing Long-term Projects as the Parent of a Young Child
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