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Dismantling the father's house?

Women as doctoral supervisors

Barbara M. Grant

to supervision driven by ascendant managerialism ( Green and Usher 2003 ), academic women as supervisors (advisors) and student practitioners and critical scholars of doctoral education have sought to transform the father's house into something

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Part 4: Universities in the Knowledge Economy

Pavel Zgaga, Corina Balaban, Miguel Antonio Lim, Janja Komljenovic, Amélia Veiga, António M. Magalhães, and Jakob Williams Ørberg

strategies for doctoral education. In the wake of the creation of the European Higher Education Area, in which I myself was involved, these efforts culminated in what became known as the Salzburg Principles ( European University Association 2005 ). What

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Book Reviews

Barbara Grant and Penny Welch

being made to doctoral education – on those desiccated grounds of efficiency – we risk the very production of ground-breaking and weighty research such as offered by Gritt Nielsen in this thought-provoking book. References Grant B.M. ( 1993

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Multidisciplinary peer-mentoring groups facilitating change?

A critical educational praxis perspective

Melina Aarnikoivu, Matti Pennanen, Johanna Kiili, and Terhi Nokkala

doctoral supervision. As David Boud and Alison Lee (2005) assert, however, this is not sufficient: to respond to the numerous policy pressures on doctoral education, a new discourse and focus on pedagogy is needed. For this, Boud and Lee have suggested the

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Sintayehu Kassaye Alemu

discusses the international debates on doctoral education as a future supply of academics or as training for professional skills pertinent to the knowledge economy. It presents data on the internationalisation of the doctorate in South Africa, with a

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Teaching Black Girlhood Studies with Black Motherhood Studies

An Autoethnography

Renata Ferdinand

writers was extremely important to me. In fact, studying the lives of Black women has been my central area of research since beginning my doctoral education. Specifically, I have committed myself to exposing the complexities of the lived experiences of

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Peripheries within the higher education centres

Internationalisation experiences in Finland and UK

Sonja Trifuljesko and On Hee Choi

candidates felt anxiety about their status was because yet another reconstruction of doctoral education was underway, attempting to make it more compatible with the ‘global knowledge economy’ principles ( Trifuljesko 2021 ). The April forum of doctoral