This course explores the central formats relevant to the doctoral dissertation. The choice between the monograph and the article-based dissertation is of central concern for the doctoral candidate, and the article-based dissertation also demands mastery of the “kappe” format. Knowledge of the formats is not only relevant for the choice between the two, but also for the development of one’s competence and profile as researcher more generally.
This course presents the formats, communicates working experiences with them, and opens for reflection about what they suitable for.
This course will run Spring 2022 on Tuesdays from 10:15 - 12 until June 7th.
We wish to invite you to an open midway assessment for our PhD fellow in musicology, Eirik Jacobsen.
To comment on the candidate's work, we have invited Hendrik Storstein Spilker, Professor in the sociology of media and technology at NTNU.
We wish to invite you to an open midway assessment for our PhD fellow in musicology, Johanna-Pauline Thöne.
To comment on the candidate's work, we have invited Giuliano Di Bacco, former Director of the Center for the History of Music Theory and Literature at Indiana University Bloomington.