Kappe Workshop for PhDs

Do you need to write a "kappe" for your article-based PhD dissertation, yet struggle in how to manage this? Then this workshop by David Burke is for you! Sign up by February 12, as the number of attendees is limited. 

The workshop runs for three hours, and is broken into two sections. The first section looks at the kappe itself in the current Norwegian research environment and in the context of PhD research internationally. This section is shorter. The second section is built to provide participants with the necessary framing and orientation to write a kappe appropriate to their own research and to the demands of the genre in light of the content provided in the first section.

Participants can expect to do a bit of preparation in advance, and to work with their own projects during the session. The workshop is hosted by David Burke. 

David Burke (M.Phil) is a writing consultant and editor specializing in English academic writing, voice development and textually mediated interaction. David’s work includes teaching and research, copywriting and editing for commercial entities, and literary curation and criticism. He was responsible for English academic writing support services at the University of Oslo’s Academic Writing Centre from 2017-2019. His recent work includes “Positioning the Writing Centre: Liminality, Identity and the Future Library” (NORIL, 2020) and manuscript preparation for Bringing the Nation Back In: Cosmopolitanism, Nationalism, and the Struggle to Define a New Politics (SUNY Press 2020). He is the principal at davidburke concepts, a text consultancy.


In order to receive the zoom link, we'd like to ask you to register here: https://nettskjema.no/a/184190

Note that the registration is on a first come, first served basis, with ten available slots. If there are more PhDs interested than David can accommodate for this event, we will try to organise a second session later this semester. Remember to register no later than February 12! 

Please remember to log in to Zoom 5 minutes before the start of the event (8:55 AM), so that we can have a smooth start. 

Published Feb. 3, 2021 10:05 AM - Last modified Feb. 4, 2021 3:56 PM