I've been thinking about this issue of voice a great deal lately, partly because I lost my physical voice when I handed in my final final copy and got it back a week later when I woke up on the morning of my graduation. My best friend suggested that it was symbolic - leaving my … Continue reading Finding and expressing your PhD ‘voice’
A mentor suggested last year that you know you are ready to hand in your thesis when you have found the question you are trying to answer. If that is so then sadly I am still not ready to hand in my final thesis, but I think I'm close. Last year, when I was trying to … Continue reading Lost and found and lost again: searching for your ‘question’
Perhaps I should start by introducing myself and the reason behind the name of this blog. My name is Sherran, I live in Cape Town, and I am hopefully going to have the title Dr in front of my name by April next year. I am currently completing a PhD in Higher Education Studies and … Continue reading Where to start?