PhD Up – Writing Your Literature Review: Style

Hear about key writing features of literature reviews and develop strategies for forging your academic identity through style.

Literature reviews involve complex identity work, where the writer signals their belonging to the academic community by various means such as integrating the literature appropriately and expressing a critical voice.

This Library workshop will introduce you to key writing features of literature reviews and will help you develop the necessary strategies for forging your academic identity through your writing style. It includes hands-on activities, excerpts of sample literature reviews, and strategies for integrating the literature and establishing your own critical voice.

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