Who’s your protagonist?

When you’re writing a novel, you clearly need a protagonist. You also need one if you’re writing an academic thesis. One of the most successful tools for doctoral students is to envisage the character (or discipline, theory or interpretive paradigm) that undergoes the most profound change during the course of the work. Max Adams explains how this can work in the latest What’s Happening? blog on the RLF Consultant Fellows site:


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