This Wednesday morning, Nov. 6, Sally Scholz, PhD, will lead a workshop on publishing in the humanities. Dr. Scholz is the editor of Hypatia, the world’s premiere journal for feminist philosophy. This event is a valuable opportunity to gain insight into the publishing process from the editor’s point of view, and will be of great benefit to scholars (both accomplished and aspiring) in a wide range of disciplines. It’s the second in a series of workshops being held this semester devoted to aspects of publishing. As with other events in this series, editors of other journals edited on campus will be on hand to offer insights and expertise. Here’s what the event’s organizers are saying about it:
Demystify the submission and review process! Ever wonder what happens to your paper once you have submitted it to a journal? Ever have questions you’d like to ask a journal but weren’t certain who to email? This brief workshop features insights from editors of humanities based journals. We’ll tell you all about the submission and review process, what to expect, when to prompt a journal, and even offer advice on how to maximize your chance of an acceptance. Wednesday, Nov. 6 at 8 a.m. in Hypatia Editorial Suite, near the Falvey West Stacks on the library’s first floor.
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