BPCS Workshop: How to publish your first monograph or journal article on China

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Call for participation:

 

BPCS Postgraduate Workshop:

How to publish your first monograph or journal article on China

May 23rd 2017, 14:00-16:00, St Catherine’s College, Ramsden Room, Cambridge UK

This workshop introduces current PhD candidates and early career researchers to the publishing landscape in academia, with a special focus on China Studies (Social Sciences & Humanities).

Lucy Rhymer, the Commissioning Editor of Asian Studies at Cambridge University Press, will offer tips and advice on how to transform your thesis into your first monograph.

Nicholas Loubere, Associate Senior Lecturer, University of Lund (Sweden) will then give tips from his own experience about how best to prepare a paper for an academic journal in Chinese Studies (broadly defined).

Attendants are expected to bring with them one or two abstracts for group discussion.

The workshop is free and is open to all postgraduate and early career researchers working on China, but places are limited.

Please fill the booking form by April 27th 2017, we will get back to you by the beginning of May to let you know if you were selected. We regret that BPCS is not able to cover participant’s travel expenses.

This workshop is organised by the British Postgraduate network for Chinese Studies, supported by Cambridge University Press and the St Catherine's College

Contact Info: 

Josepha Richard, President of the British Postgraduate network for Chinese Studies