There’s no such thing as a text without an audience. Texts are written for someone or some group. It’s no different in academia. Why then, I would like to ask, do students have to write texts that don’t address an audience (except the teachers or supervisors)? Read More

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The day begins and you know well what that means: your next writing session, as was planned weeks ago, awaits you. But as in the last few weeks, you convince yourself that you have more pressing tasks to do than write, that you can’t write because of your missing motivation, or any other kind of excuse that keeps you away from your desk. Read More

Text Recycling Research Project

A multi-institution collaboration investigating the practice of scholarly text reuse

Mast 31 | Fabian Leuthold

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A Blog about Academic Writing