Publishing Monographs in the Humanities & Social Sciences
***Suitable for PhD students in their final year or postdocs***
An eye-opening lecture on academic publishing in the 21st century (covering the state of the market for scholarly publications, online publishing, open access and more) with opportunities for questions and discussion, followed by a half-day interactive workshop. The course is packed with insights into editors’ decision-making and strategies for maximising the chances of publication in a competitive climate.
For final-year postgraduates and postdocs, the emphasis is on making the transition from PhD to publication, with a focus on scholarly monographs.
Josie has given this workshop in over 60 universities in the UK, USA, Ireland, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Norway and Sweden.
Please note: in preparation for the workshop, participants will be expected to read three articles that will be circulated to them after they sign up to the workshop.
Reviews for this workshop
University of Cambridge
‘This workshop should be made mandatory by the University.’
‘By far the most useful workshop that I have participated in at either Cambridge or Oxford’
‘Comprehensive information on publishing, highly relevant to career development and not found anywhere else.’
‘Thank you for getting such an experienced, first-class professional to give the course.’
‘The publishing industry is one of the most daunting aspects of the post-dissertation future, so it was wonderful to have it explained and to be given strategies by an expert in the field.’
King's College London
‘Absolutely amazing - the most valuable experience at King's so far. It was perfect. Well pitched, well structured - you learn everything you need.’
‘Perfect - I cannot think of a better presenter’
‘Terrific - full of useful practical tips’ ‘Really valuable and constructive’
‘Most definitely recommended. An eye-opener.’
University of East Anglia
‘what a wonderful event. I took about 20 pages of notes on the day, plus she distributed handouts in the workshop. She is a great resource.’
Terms and conditions
The following groups are eligible to attend the training
CHASE funded and associate PhD students,
Arts and Humanities PhD students at CHASE member institutions,
and students and members of staff at CHASE partner institutions
Arts and Hum PhD students (via the AHRC mailing list)
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