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Here we collect your stories. Tell us about yourself, your paths, your challenges, your insights about the PhD program and more. Our writer at TRaCE has also been working hard to transform interviews from PhDs across the country into narratives.

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Ici, nous recueillons vos récits. Parlez-nous de vous, de vos cheminements, de vos défis, de vos idées sur les programmes de doctorat et de bien d’autres choses encore. La conceptrice-rédactrice de TRaCE a aussi travaillé assidûment pour transformer les entrevues réalisées avec des docteurEs de tout le pays en textes narratifs.

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Lee Skallerup Bessette, Instructional Technology Specialist, University of Mary Washington

Lee Skallerup Bessette, Instructional Technology Specialist, University of Mary Washington

In a compulsory class on Québécois poetry and translation, Lee found the subject of her dissertation: Québécoise poet Anne Hébert,... View Article

In a compulsory class on Québécois poetry and translation, Lee found the subject of her dissertation: Québécoise poet Anne Hébert,... View Article

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John Bodner, Assistant Professor of Social and Cultural Studies, Grenfell Campus, Memorial

John Bodner, Assistant Professor of Social and Cultural Studies, Grenfell Campus, Memorial

For his doctorate in folklore at Memorial, John conducted an ethnography and folklife study of a street kid community in... View Article

For his doctorate in folklore at Memorial, John conducted an ethnography and folklife study of a street kid community in... View Article

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Valerie Henitiuk, Vice-President Academic and Provost, Concordia University of Edmonton

Valerie Henitiuk, Vice-President Academic and Provost, Concordia University of Edmonton

Valerie’s dissertation in comparative literature, on liminality in women-authored courtship narratives in English, French, and Japanese, drew on her experience... View Article

Valerie’s dissertation in comparative literature, on liminality in women-authored courtship narratives in English, French, and Japanese, drew on her experience... View Article