Writing & Research
The following is the third in a three-part series on the publication of an academic article. The previous posts in this series focused on selecting an appropriate journal and preparing your manuscript for submission. This post focuses on what to do after receiving a “revise and resubmit.”
The following is the second in a three-part series on the publication of an academic article. The previous post focused on selecting an appropriate journal. This post focuses on revising your paper for submission.
Now that you've found a CFP that touches on your academic research interests, you need to write the paper proposal or abstract. You can think of a paper proposal as a very concise version of the introduction to the paper you are proposing.
Presenting at academic conferences helps us gain experience clearly and concisely explaining complex ideas, responding to unexpected questions, networking, and oftentimes reshaping our work to fit a different format. But how to get started?
The following is the first in a three-part series on the publication of an academic article. This post focuses on selecting an appropriate journal.
Whether you’re working on job documents, class papers, theses/dissertations, or other materials, writing over break can be hard. My previous post discussed tips for getting started. This post offers strategies… Read the rest
We’ve all had the experience of facing a blank page when we have a paper due. The hands on the clock seem to tick faster and faster. Instead of prompting… Read the rest
Earlier this week I sat down with Erin Garrow, a student fellow at the Office of Career Planning & Professional Development. Erin is part of the Graduate Writing Consultations team… Read the rest
No sooner had the notion of the Flood regained its composure, Than a hare paused amid the gorse and trembling bellflowers and said its prayer to the rainbow through the… Read the rest