Dissertating Through Disruptions: COVID-19 and the Need for a Research Infrastructure

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  • 1 University of Michigan
  • | 2 Michigan State University
  • | 3 University of Wisconsin–Madison

In the last issue’s editorial (Herbst, 2021), when reflecting on the effects of COVID-19, we briefly alluded to the pandemic’s impact on our fieldwork in schools and universities. Whereas all of us have been affected and some of us may have been able to postpone or alter data collection activities, our thoughts have stayed with doctoral students who face particular challenges in this unpredictable situation. This is especially true for those at the stage of proposing dissertations and collecting dissertation data because of the relatively short time frame they are given to accomplish these tasks. Because three of

Notes

We appreciate comments by Arthur Bakker, Daniel Chazan, Gabriele Kaiser, Vilma Mesa, Elena Nardi, and Luc Trouche on earlier drafts.

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