This event will run in BS008 at the Humanities Research Centre, University of York
This comprehensive, one-day workshop for researchers seeking to publish in international peer-reviewed journals, focuses on the key criteria involved in journal editors’ selection processes and peer-review. Based on the inside knowledge of an experienced academic publisher, it is designed to develop essential skills in writing articles in order to increase researchers’ chances of placing their work in premium scholarly journals, to the benefit of their academic profile and career prospects.
This session will cover:
Josie Dixon is an experienced research training consultant and specialises in running workshops for postgraduates, postdoctoral researchers and staff in the humanities and social sciences. She has over 40 university clients in the UK, running right across the sector from Oxford and Cambridge to post-1992 universities. Her international clients include universities in Ireland, Sweden, Norway, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands and the USA.
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