I began my academic work in Quaker studies in the late 1980s, co-founding the Quaker Studies Research Association in 1993. I was assistant Director of…
Researching Quakers: romance and reality – the life cycle of a PhD
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
‘Ben’ Pink Dandelion,
This is the fourth of five sessions running throughout 2021 on the processes of academic Quaker research and some of its most recent findings. This session traces the life cycle of a PhD project from initial idea to successful completion. It looks at the administrative and emotional highs and lows as well as some of the challenges and joys facing those contemplating a Quaker studies PhD.
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Course category: History & Theology
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