Writing a Successful Article
Academic journals are one of the most important means for scholars and researchers to share their research with the academic community. Being able to publish your research requires skills for the craft.
Dialogues with the Past. The Nordic Graduate School in Archaeology.
The aim of this workshop is to provide hands on training in writing good articles for archaeological journals. Four international journal editors: Chris Scarre from Antiquity, Robin Skeates from the European Journal of Archaeology, Liv Nilsson Stutz from Archaeological Dialogues, and Kristian Kristiansen, formerly European Journal of Archaeology and Journal of Danish Archaeology, will provide comments and present lectures on international publishing.
Before the course starts, each PhD student is to prepare and pre-circulate a draft text for a supposed journal. During the workshop, each participant will present their text, and the panel and participants will provide constructive critique and comments for improving the text.
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Location, travel and costs
The Graduate School will finance and arrange travel and accommodation, as well as supply a daily allowance during the workshop for all participating PhD students who are part of the Dialogues With the Past network. Two PhD students will share a room.
The Graduate school invites all registered PhD students to apply for participation. Please follow this link to apply for the course (in English only). From these applications, 10 PhD students will be admitted to the workshop.
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Application for participation: September 11, 2017. Confirmation on your participation will be sent out shortly after this date together with a reading list.
Submission of draft text for a supposed journal (3 pages, Times New Roman 12, Spacing 1,5): November 1, 2017.