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Last summer, Kerrie Holloway wrote a very useful Resource Blog for H-GRAD, “Reading about Writing.” Since a few of my favorite books were absent, my blog offers several additions to her suggested reading list. Writing a dissertation is a long process, and along the way it can be useful to stop and review some of the advice that’s out there on effective work habits, efficient writing/reading/researching and navigating personal obstacles.
We live in an age of revolutions. The concept of a revolution itself is ever-present, malleable, and promising. We are so constantly inundated with the idea that one wonders how such a seemingly singular concept can continue to mean anything.
I am putting together another reading list for the Resource Blog, and I need your help in building an extensive list. The topic of this list will focus on the History of Science, Medicine, and Technology. Please send along your book/article suggestion(s) and help me build this list for our graduate student community.
You can respond to this post, tweet suggestions on our Twitter account @hgradlist, or email me at email@example.com.