Do you want to know more about publishing?
Aimed at HASS students (but everyone welcome), this fantastic event series will go through the whole publications process – including the peaks and pitfalls, dos and don’ts, pros and cons.
Join us at a presentation by renowned international publishing company SAGE Publishing.
In the session, Rosalia da Garcia will go through the psychological aspects of a successful writer and why should you consider publication. Sharing with you specific tips on how to write an abstract, a good query letter to the journal editor, how to select journal to submit to, as well as how you should structure your article. She will also walk you through the process on a week by week basis from start to reviewing your opening and concluding the article.
10am, Monday 5 August in the Australian Centre on China in the World.
Join us for a keynote presentation delivered by Dr Christina Parolin, Australian Academy of the Humanities.
This will be followed by a panel discussion titled 'how to turn your thesis into a book', moderated by Professor Frank Bongiorno (ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences).
Panel members include:
- Professor Joanne Tompkins (Australian Research Council)
- Professor James Fox (ANU College of Asia and the Pacific)
- Dr Elizabeth Ganter (ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences)
- Roxanne Missingham (University Librarian)
9am, Thursday 8 August in the R.G. Menzies Library.
How do you go about writing a journal article? In this workshop, Academic Skills will cover how to plan and structure an article, and how to write effectively to communicate an argument.
10am, Thursday 15 August in the R.G. Menzies Library.
So come along to one, two or all of these free events and learn more about the process of academic publishing!
These events are brought to you by ANU Library, ANU Press, PARSA, NECTAR, and ANU Academic Skills.