Dissertation writing tips on organization: what goes in each chapter, what order things need to appear in, and how to create a strong narrative arc.
Interdisciplinary research requires a tremendous amount of creativity, mess and play, especially in its early stages. Here's how to start brainstorming.
Writing doesn’t happen in a vacuum. Academic writers need community support to thrive. Learn how to use a writing group to finish your big writing projects.
In this second part of our series on reviewer comments, we explain how to decipher conflicting advice in academic peer reviewer reports and how to decide which reviewer suggestions to follow.
Finishing a dissertation while being a parent can be challenging. Here are strategies for getting research done while also spending time with your kids.
Rejection is never fun. But understanding how conference and journal article rejection works lets you give your research the best chance possible.
How to get started with interdisciplinary oral history, including researching formats, finding training, and critically reflecting on power dynamics.