A female professor, told by a colleague that she should "play nice" in evaluating his student’s work, calls for more transparency in advising.
Just as you near or cross the doctoral finish line, it hits: the "Who am I? What now?" conundrum.
Graduate school glorifies solitary labor, but scholarly writing has always been collaborative.
The goal of a good intro is to orient the audience and offer a confident sense of what’s to come.
It’s not a mysterious process; it just needs to be more transparent.
Be brave enough to put your ideas into the world unadorned by all the bad habits you picked up in grad school.
To get published now, your book must be well-written. So why are new faculty members still producing deadly dull monographs?
A debate over whether to ban graduate-student publication suggests not.
When should doctoral students start approaching a book editor about their dissertations?