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Acknowledgements 1. Introduction 2. Understanding the doctoral game 3. Beginning literature work 4. Finding your place 5. Learning to argue 6. Performing your research 7. Structuring the thesis 8. Writing the researcher into the text 9. Revising the first draft 10. Writing as the expert scholar References
Barbara Kamler is an Emeritus Professor at Deakin University and an Honorary Professor at The University of Sydney. Thomson is Professor of Education and Director of the Centre for Advanced Studies at The University of Nottingham, a special Professor at Deakin University and an adjunct Professor at the Free University, South Africa. She blogs regularly on doctoral education on wwwpatthomson.wordpress.com Kamler and Thomson have an established reputation in the field. Thomson is an active PhD supervisor and both conduct writing workshops for universities in a range of locations. They have written a number of articles, book chapters and two other books together: Helping doctoral students write: pedagogies for supervision (2006) and Writing for peer reviewed journals: Strategies for getting published (2012). Kamler is co-editor of Publishing pedagogies for the doctorate and beyond (2010). Thomson is co editor of The Routledge Doctoral Students Companion and The Routledge Doctoral Supervisors Companion (2010). The books are all published by Routledge.