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Learning to develop and grow a journal at the Australian Scholarly Summit

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Learning to develop and grow a journal at the Australian Scholarly Summit

Dr. Maureen Perkins, Co-Founder and Editor of Life Writing, was at our recent Australian Scholarly Summit and found many of the sessions inspiring.  Life Writing is a leading journal in autobiography and biography studies, published by Routledge. Dr. Perkins’ research covers interdisciplinary life writing, family narratives, memoir, and race. Furthermore, the research has an emphasis on whiteness […]

How to edit and develop a multidisciplinary journal

David Canter, Editor of Contemporary Social Science, explains his approach and experience on how to edit and develop a multidisciplinary journal based around themed issues. Where do you begin with a multidisciplinary journal? How do you bring a multidisciplinary social science journal to life if it has no central topic? It’s a challenge as authors tend to […]

How to create a Special Issue for your journal

A Special Issue is an issue of your journal dedicated to one chosen topic. It should contain the latest work on that subject. And if you create a Special Issue well, it can be a unique and valuable reference source for every researcher interested in that area. To help you create a Special Issue and get […]

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