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The Nordic PhD

Surviving and Succeeding

Edited By Christopher McMaster, Caterina Murphy and Jakob Rosenkrantz de Lasson

The Nordic PhD: Surviving and Succeeding is an edited book written for prospective and current doctoral students by a mix of doctoral students and those who have recently completed their doctorates. The premise is simple: if you could go back in time and talk with yourself when you began your studies, what advice would you give? Isn’t hindsight a bonus? If only I knew then what I know now!

The Nordic PhD: Surviving and Succeeding follows editions focused on study in Aotearoa New Zealand, Australia, the U.K., U.S., and South Africa. What sets The Nordic PhD: Surviving and Succeeding apart from many others on the market is its down-to-earth and practical approach. Furthermore, its originality also lies in the fact that it is grounded in the context of doctoral studies in the Nordic countries.

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Andrei Andryieuski (PhD) received his Master’s Degree in Physics in 2008 from Belarusian State University, Belarus, and his PhD degree in 2011 from the Technical University of Denmark, Denmark. His PhD project was focused on optical metamaterials and plasmonics. In 2011–2015, he worked as a post-doctoral researcher at the Technical University of Denmark implementing his personal project on graphene photonics. Since 2015, he has lived in Minsk, Belarus, and works as the R&D head at LasersCom LLC. Andrei can be contacted at andrandr@gmail.com.

Judy Bruce (PhD) is a Research Associate at the College of Education, Health and Human Development, University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand. Judy currently works as Head of Learning and Development at Freeset in Kolkata, India. Prior to this appointment, Judy worked as Senior Lecturer, primarily at the intersections of teacher education and sociology of education at the University of Canterbury. Her research crosses a range of justice contexts drawing on postcolonial and post-structural theoretical frameworks.

Christine Cox Eriksson (PhD) completed a doctorate in Special Education at Stockholm University where she examined the vocabulary development of very young Swedish children. She has taught children and adults in the USA, Germany and Sweden, and is currently an Assistant Professor of English at Dalarna University in Falun, Sweden. Her teaching responsibilities include ← 157 | 158 → pre-service teacher-training courses, and thesis supervision at the undergraduate level. She can be contacted at cce@du.se.

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