Within a context of rapid growth and diversification in higher degree research programs, there is increasing pressure for the results of doctoral research to be made public. Doctoral students are now being encouraged to publish not only after completion of the doctorate, but also during, and even as part of their research program. For many this is a new and challenging feature of their experience of doctoral education.
Publishing Pedagogies for the Doctorate and Beyond is a timely and informative collection of practical and theorised examples of innovative pedagogies that encourage doctoral student publishing. The authors give detailed accounts of their own pedagogical practices so that others may build on their experiences, including: a program of doctoral degree by publication; mentoring strategies to support student publishing; innovations within existing programs, including embedded publication pedagogies; co-editing a special issue of a scholarly journal with students; ‘publication brokering’, and writing groups and writing retreats.
With contributions from global leading experts, this vital new book:
Publishing Pedagogies for the Doctorate and Beyond explores the challenges and rewards of supporting doctoral publishing and provides new ways to increase research publication outputs in a pedagogically sound way. It will be a valued resource for supervisors and their doctoral students, as well as for program coordinators and managers, academic developers, learning advisors, and others involved in doctoral education.
List of Figures List of Contributors Chapter 1 Introduction and Framing the Collection Claire Aitchison, Barbara Kamler and Alison Lee Chapter 2 When the article is the dissertation: Pedagogies for a PhD by publication Alison Lee, University of Technology, Sydney Chapter 3 Slow the presses: Concerns about premature publication Anthony Paré, McGill University, Montreal Chapter 4 Dovetailing Under Impossible Circumstances Christine Pearson Casanave, Temple University, Japan Chapter 5 Revise and Resubmit: The role of publication brokers Barbara Kamler, Deakin University, Melbourne Chapter 6 Learning together to publish: Writing group pedagogies for doctoral publishing Claire Aitchison, University of Western Sydney Chapter 7 Becoming Rhetorical Rowena Murray, Strathclyde University, Glasgow Chapter 8 Mentoring of Doctoral Students toward Publication within Scholarly Communities of Practices Amanda Hartling Thein, University of Pittsburgh and Richard Beach, University of Minnesota Chapter 9 Learning about journal publication: The pedagogies of editing a ‘special issue’ Pat Thomson, Tina Byrom, Carol Robinson and Lisa Russell, University of Nottingham