Publishing from the PhD: Selecting, scaffolding, writing, supervising & publicationProfessor Gina Wisker
WHEN: Thursday 6 March, 2014, 3-4.30pm
(Afternoon tea will be provided at 3pm followed by the seminar at 3.30pm)
WHERE: TX5 Room G.04
RSVP: Email Margaret Drummond (RSVP by 4 March is essential for catering purposes)
Many of us either want to publish during our PhDs or are expected to do so, while others want to publish once the PhD is completed and still others produce PhDs by publication. This session will look at ‘managing the writing energy’ of writing for publication alongside the research and writing of the PhD itself; selecting appropriate elements of the PhD which suit publication; carrying out both the writing and the choosing and directing at certain publications; finessing and getting the work published, including responding to the feedback from reviewers. It will also consider the role the supervisor can play in such publication whether during or after the PhD.
Professor Gina Wisker
Professor of Higher Education & Contemporary Literature and Head of Centre for Learning & Teaching University of Brighton
Professor Wisker has worked in Educational Development since the early 1980s, initially in her previous role at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge where she also coordinated Women’s Studies and taught English. She moved to Brighton to take up her current post in 2006. Gina completed her PhD at Nottingham University where she worked on a study of representations of self in contemporary English and American fiction and followed that with three years at the Centre for Higher Education Studies, Institute of Education, University of London as the researcher for the ‘Enquiry into the role of the External Examiner’.
She is editor of the Staff and Educational Development Association (SEDA) journal Innovations in Education and Teaching International, past chair and co-chair of the Heads of Education Development Group, and author of, among other things, The Good Supervisor (2005, 2nd edition 2012 Palgrave Macmillan).
Gina continues to research and publish in both learning and teaching areas, specialising in postgraduate student learning and supervisory practices, and in her discipline, focusing on women’s, Gothic and postcolonial writing.
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