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Fredrik Nilsson is Professor of Architectural Theory and Head of the Department of Architecture at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden. Halina Dunin-Woyseth is Professor Emerita at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Norway, where she was the founding head of the doctoral programme. Nel Janssens is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Architecture at KU Leuven, Campus Sint-Lucas, Brussels, Belgium, and visiting scholar in the Department of Architecture at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden.
The Art of Assessment: Focusing Research Assessment from Different Perspectives (Halina Dunin-Woyseth, Nel Janssens and Fredrik Nilsson), Part I: Framing "Doctorateness", 1. Doctorateness: Where Should We Look for Evidence? (Michael Biggs), 2. Emerging Epistemic Communities and Cultures of Evidence: On the Practice of Assessment of Research in the Creative Fields (Halina Dunin-Woyseth and Fredrik Nilsson), 3. Setting the Scene: The Development of Formal Frameworks for Doctorates in Europe (Anne Solberg), Part II: Various Experiences, Cases and Concerns, 4. Criteria for "Doctorateness" in the Creative Fields: A Focus on Architecture (Oya Atalay Franck), 5. Preserving Openness in Design Research in Architecture (Murray Fraser), 6. Design Practice Research in Architecture and Design at RMIT University: Discovery, Reflection and Assessment (Colin Fudge and Adriana Partal), 7. Doctoral Scholarship in Popular Music Performance (Tor Dybo), 8. Exploring, Enhancing and Evaluating Musical 'Doctorateness': Perspectives on Performance and Composition (Karen Burland, Michael Spencer and Luke Windsor), 9. Constructing Publics as a Key to Doctoral Research. A Discussion of Two PhD Projects Engaging in Societal Issues with Artistic and Design-Based Methods (Liesbeth Huybrechts and Marijn van de Weijer), Part III: Doctorateness to Come?, 10.Non-Observational Research: A Possible Future Route for Knowledge Acquisition in Architecture and the Arts (Nel Janssens and Gerard de Zeeuw), 11. When Will it Thunder? (Rolf Hughes), 12. Precision: The Compositional Accuracy of Artistic Judgement (Catharina Dyrssen)