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Doctoral Experiences in Finland

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Edited By Jukka M. Krisp and Michael Szurawitzki

This volume is a collection of essays on the process of obtaining a PhD degree at a Finnish university. The contributors share the common background of coming to Finland from abroad especially for the purpose of taking up PhD studies. They hail from different countries and academic backgrounds and obtained their degrees at different Finnish universities from Helsinki in the south of the country up to Oulu in the north. Moreover, they studied and conducted research at different faculties. The individual processes, academic, social, and cultural experiences and challenges form the core of the individual essays.
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Agnieszka Bitner

2002, MA, Academy of Music, Katowice, Poland (Faculty of Drama and Opera). 2007, MA, Åbo; Akademi University (Germanic Philology, Polish Philology). 2010, Licentiate of Philosophy (FL), Åbo; Akademi University (Germanic Philology). 2008–2010 fee-paid teacher, German Department, Åbo; Akademi University. 2012, PhD, Mainz University (Slavic Philology/Polish Philology). Main research interests: Richard Wagner and his music drama, Polish translations of Wagner’s dramas, translation science. E-mail: abitner@daad-alumni.de

Arzu Çöltekin

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