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abababa, thanks very much for that detailed reply, and belated apologies for my delayed response-the forum is a little quiet these days, so Iforgot to check-in. Sorry to underestimate you, forum!
I think you are dead right in all your assumptions. I find the construction, and organisation of papers very tricky, so I assumed it would get thrown back before even being read. But I also see unnecessary problems... as you've just pointed out. That's really useful advice - and also encouraging. Thanks a lot!
Hi all! Does anyone know of such a thing? I've googled it, but I'm slightly leery of the results - a lot seem to be euphamising 'peer review' for 'we'll write your stuff for you', degree mill kind of thing, also known as, err, fraud!
But having written something, I'd quite like to submit it for an informal PR to determine whether it's worth submitting it officially. Any advice would be much appreciated!
I hope god saves you. I'd be interested to know what happened to Blair though.
Mind you, London Met has had its own particularly idiosyncratic problems to face recently hasn't it.
Well, I don't know where you are, or where you're applying too, but in much of western Europe you'll be lucky to see hide nor hair of a reseacher in situ, as it were duruing Juky / Aug- holidays and reserach trips count that out!
Excellent survey, very interesting, thanks. "4. Attention check. Please select 'strongly disagree'" slightly threw me! So, in the British spirit of 'charity, not change,' I did as I was told and strongly disagreed :)
Well, look at the context. If you were moving to a rival institution just down the road, there might be some ill-feeling- perhaps not professional, but hardly not human. But the US? That's soething she wouldn't / couldn't blame you for at all- in fact, she's either already done that herself or would take a similar oportunity!
Well, chapter actually- does anyone have access to
Pollard, A.J., "The north of England in the age of Richard III"(Stroud 1996)? I was after the chapter 'The Crown and the County Palatine of Durham, 1437-94', pp. 67-87. OCLC 906715275.
Just a load of ole photos will do, thanks very much for any help!
A year on, and I wonder how the glittering academic career *sans PhD* is going :D
I think you should grow up; on the assumption you *do* want to be taken seriously. Your current behaviour is rather bizarre.
AOE26; I thought Dan Ackroyd said, 'fear- that's the other guy's problem' ;)
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