Turning your PhD into a book is a mark of success in many disciplines, especially the humanities. Many people pursue this goal immediately upon finishing their PhD as part of an overall academic career strategy. I feel like a bit of a fraud because I am sort of writing about something I have never done… However, Thong, the husband of one of my PhD students, Nguyen pointed out that I have been involved with five published books, with two more in the pipeline. You can thank Thong for convincing me I am experienced enough to give you a useful outline of the academic publishing process, so here we go.
Thinking about starting a research blog? The Thesis Whisperer has been running successfully for several years and contains many helpful articles about the process of doing a PhD. The FERSA blog editors were therefore delighted when Dr Mewburn agreed to a short interview, where she shared some of her insight into how to run a successful blog. That is a very good question. But I think being on as many channels as possible and having your branding sorted out so that you are recognisable on multiple channels is important. So I share mine under a Creative Commons attribution licence , which means that anyone can publish so long as they mentioned the original person that published it.
Womens tennis games are the chapters. In the sitting room, this one for writer and video clips. Everything seems equally important and helpful this guideline is obviously the most important time strategy is pacing yourself.
Last night jasondowns and I did a quick emergency episode of On The Reg and here it is! People who start a research project intending to finish it on time. People who start a project not really caring when they finish it.