A workshop for advanced DPhils and postdocs. This is a workshop for those with no prior experience of publishing.
The pressure for early career academics to publish has never been stronger, but the process of getting onto the publishing ladder can seem a very daunting prospect. This hands-on publishing workshop is aimed at DPhils and early career postdocs who are keen to make a start on a journal article, a collected essay, or book review. The workshop will require a small amount of preparatory reading and planning.
By the end of this workshop, participants will:
• have a better understanding of the editorial processes involved in academic publishing • be able to identify the key features of published academic writing in specific media • have practised defining and pitching an idea for a journal article • be able to identify their next step towards publication
About the Trainer
Dr Clare Broome Saunders is a member of Wolfson College, and teaches at the Faculty of English at the University of Oxford. Her research interests include nineteenth-century women's poetry, nineteenth-century uses of history, and nineteenth-century women travel writers in Europe, in which fields she has published widely. Before returning to academia nine years ago, she worked for Oxford University Press, in both the Education and Academic Divisions.
Unless stated otherwise, all events are open to all members of the University and the contact is the Humanities Training Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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