My Re-Writing Chronicles (Part 3): Methods and Processes

This is part 3 of a blog series about re-writing processes for Alice Eden’s forthcoming book based on her thesis. Before gaining a book contract Alice underwent a peer review process. During peer review a number of edits were suggested which ranged from specific to more general. This post examines how her re-writing methods have…

Defamiliarise Your Thesis

Editing the thesis can seem like a daunting task, and it’s easy to get trapped by perfectionism. For science students, there’s a huge amount of work to do at the end, while arts students often edit continually. Whatever stage you’re at, Sophie Shorland has some ideas to ease you through the editing process… 

Getting your thesis published

Wondering how to go about getting your thesis published? In this guide Georgina Collins provides information for early career researchers on the process of converting your thesis into a published book. From PhD to publication Following the PhD, if you wish to remain in academia or move into a related profession, publishing your thesis is…