Who am I when I write? Finding your Academic Voice

Friday 25th of June

2.30 – 4.30pm

Cherise Saywell

About this Session

'Who am I when I write?' is a question many researchers ask. Some also wonder how it's possible to have a voice if you can't use 'I'. This workshop explores the concept of 'voice' in academic writing and how confidence and courage are important to self-expression. Through activities and examples, we’ll identify the writerly techniques that create a ‘voice’ and consider the relationship between the writer’s voice and the reader’s experience. We’ll also look at paraphrasing, what it is and how best to go about it.

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First published: 27 May 2021