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January, 2017
30 Mon 10am - 1pm Journal Article Publishing workshop
1 Wed 9:15am - 12:15pm Referencing: Up and running with EndNote
7 Tue 2pm - 3pm REF Q&A/Open Access Q&A for Early-Career Researchers
8 Wed 10am - 1pm What I wish someone had told me when I started: Reading for a DPhil in the Humanities
9 Thu 10am - 12pm Preparing for the DPhil Viva workshop
21 Tue 2pm - 3pm Palgrave publisher matchmaking
3pm - 5pm Palgrave 10-minute individual consultations with Ben Doyle (Literature)
3pm - 5pm Palgrave 10-minute individual consultations with Brendan George (Philosophy)
3pm - 5pm Palgrave 10-minute individual consultations with Emily Russell (History)
3pm - 5pm Palgrave 10-minute individual consultations with Judith Allan (Linguistics)
3pm - 5pm Palgrave 10-minute individual consultations with Molly Beck (History)
22 Wed 2pm - 4pm Preparing Your Research Material for the Future: What You Can Do Now to Avoid Problems Later
27 Mon 10am - 12:30pm Organising Conferences: the A to Z
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Journal Article Publishing workshop

Monday, 30 January, 2017   10am - 1pm
Colin Matthew Room (ground floor), Radcliffe Humanities Building, Woodstock Road, OX2 6GG
11 spaces available


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... [Read more]


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