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Synonyms for dissertate

talk at length and formally about a topic

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A dissertator writing on music now has the option of incorporating audio files and video clips into a thesis, if doing so will illuminate the discourse.
I was in a dissertator support group three years ago.
Another advisor and her dissertator form a metaphorical mother-daughter pair in two essays on mothering that cite each other (and repeat each other) and are linked by their rather bizarre mutual interest in excrement: Linda Zwinger's meditation on peeing is a virtual double for Ruthe Thompson's ruminations on baby poop.
As assistant director of the Center and current dissertator, I was excited to both design and participate in the program.
Joy Fritschle Mason is a dissertator in the Geography Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and studies the biogeography, environmental history, and preservation of coast redwood forests in California.
With those questions in mind, we focused this study on a sample of writing center dissertators and their career trajectories.
Like Powers, we realized we "could best serve the group by providing time and space for dissertators to shape and embody practices they could carry through the entire dissertation writing process" (14).
As dissertators, they continued to operate from internalized race and gender oppression--that they were not good writers or that they were incompetent because of their race, gender, and language.
Only 10% are ever published, and only 4% of dissertators have gone on to full-time faculty positions.
It is not as if Makin has been derelict in brushing over these matters, for he has no doubt performed a valuable service for his fellow adepts (the sort of folks who would already have a copy of his critical study Bunting: The Shape of His Verse, on their shelves), as well as for up-and-coming dissertators.