PhD

Turning your PhD into a successful book

Requests regularly arrive in the Author Services inbox asking for advice about turning PhD research into journal articles or books. In this guide, first posted on the LSE Impact Blog, Terry Clague from Routledge gives a useful insight into what publishers are looking for when they receive new book proposals.   Research conducted as part… Read more »

From figure skater to doctoral researcher

In September 2014, I started my doctoral research on high performance coach education in the UK. The idea was to conduct ethnographic fieldwork to explore the perceptions of those who deliver and consume the programs. With my supervisor’s support, I launched myself into the project, yet I did not expect how challenging the first eighteen… Read more »

Staying research active

Postdoctoral researchers from The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH) are taking over our Insights blog this week – sharing advice and tips on the things that matter most to today’s researchers. Browse the full list of posts. Instructor in New Testament Greek at the University of Oxford, Cressida Ryan, shares her advice on how to… Read more »

My ‘irrelevant’ PhD

Postdoctoral researchers from The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH) are taking over our Insights blog this week – sharing advice and tips on the things that matter most to today’s researchers. Browse the full list of posts. British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Oxford, Philippa Byrne, shares her experiences of undertaking an… Read more »

Adventures in film ― research through the camera lens

Postdoctoral researchers from The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH) are taking over our Insights blog this week – sharing advice and tips on the things that matter most to today’s researchers. Browse the full list of posts. Lecturer in German at the University of Oxford, Alex Lloyd, shares her tips on experimenting with amateur film-making as… Read more »

Don’t get it right; get it written

Postdoctoral researchers from The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH) are taking over our Insights blog this week – sharing advice and tips on the things that matter most to today’s researchers. Browse the full list of posts. Lecturer in History and Tutor for Study Skills at the University of Oxford, Margaret Coombe, shares her tips… Read more »

What is creative research? (and why it matters)

Postdoctoral researchers from The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH) are taking over our Insights blog this week – sharing advice and tips on the things that matter most to today’s researchers. Browse the full list of posts. Gianturco Junior Research Fellow in Music and Philosophy at the University of Oxford, Toby Young, shares his tips… Read more »

Postdoc Takeover Week

Postdoctoral researchers from The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH), of which Routledge (part of the Taylor & Francis Group) is a cultural partner, are taking over our Insights blog this week. Read about the issues that affect today’s researchers with five guest posts that cover advice and tips on how to make your research creative, keeping research… Read more »