First meeting 22 January, 13:00–15:00, MB3201
Becoming a scholarly writer can be a wild ride: skills to learn, voices to discover, confidence to build, crafts to cultivate. What are the secrets to writing a great doctoral thesis, or to publishing your work in academic journals and other media? How can collegial reading and writing transform moments of loneliness and uncertainty into ones of clarity and growth?
This three‐month series of bi‐weekly writing seminars offers an opportunity to find out. As well as experimenting with a range of strategies and techniques for doctoral writing through peer review, we will read writers on writing and explore issues of becoming a writer, writing in another language, multiple academic literacies, knowledge construction, affect and identity, creativity and discipline, intertextuality, style and voice, and confidence.
Please contact Dr. Sarah Amsler (firstname.lastname@example.org) to find out more about the seminars and how to participate.