Want more? Further reading.

Arnold, Josie. ‘The PhD in Writing Accompanied by an Exegesis.’ Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice 2.1 (2005) < http://ro.uow.edu.au/jutlp/vol2/iss1/5>.

Bourke, Nicole A., and Philip M. Neilsen. ‘The Problem of the Exegesis in Creative Writing Higher Degrees.’ TEXT 3 (2004) < http://eprints.qut.edu.au/4598/>.

Carter, Susan. ‘Old Lamps for New: Mnemonic Techniques and the Thesis.’ Arts and Humanities in Higher Education 8.1 (2009): 56-68.

Fisher, Kath, and Renata Phelps. ‘Recipe or Performing Art?: Challenging Conventions for Writing Action Research Theses.’ Action Research 4.2 (2006): 143-64.

Hamilton, Jillian, and Luke Jaaniste. ‘A Connective Model for the Practice-Led Research Exegesis: An Analysis of Content and Structure.’ Journal of Writing in Creative Practice 3.1 (2010): 31-44.

Kelly, Frances. ‘“Cooking together disparate things”: The Role of Metaphor in Thesis Writing.’ Innovations in Education and Teaching International 48.4 (2011): 429-38.

Starfield, Sue, and Louise J. Ravelli. ‘“The writing of this thesis was a process that I could not explore with the positivistic detachment of the classical sociologist”: Self and Structure in New Humanities Research Theses.’ Journal of English for Academic Purposes 5.3 (2006): 222-43.

van Schalkwyk, Gertina J. ‘Music as a Metaphor for Thesis Writing.’ The Qualitative Report 7.2 (2002). < http://www.nova.edu/ssss/QR/QR7-2/schalkwyk.html>.

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