This course unit aims to familiarize doctoral students with the world of publication of scientific papers in j o u r n a l s o f international circulation with peer review. At the end of the semester, the PhD students will know what i s e x p e c t e d o f authors who submit a paper for publication in a peer reviewed journal, they will know the rewriting p r o c e s s u p o n request and they will have at least one firs-hand experience, for which one of the texts produced in the p r e v i o u s semester will be used, as well as a book review that students will write at the beginning of this curricular unit.
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- Brooks, Thom - Publishing Advice for Graduate Students (January 18, 2008, last revised January 05, 2015).
- Brooks, Thom - Guidelines on How to Referee (December 2, 2010, last revised January 05, 2015).
- Lee Van Cott, Donna - A Graduate Student's Guide to Publishing Scholarly Journal Articles, Political Science and
Politics, Vol. 38, No. 4 (Oct., 2005), pp. 741-743, Published by: American Political Science Association.
- Luey, Beth - Handbook for Academic Authors, 2002, 4th ed. New York: Cambridge University Press.
- Morris, Meaghan - Publishing Perils, and How to Survive Them: a Guide for Graduate Students, 1998, Cultural Studies
12 (October): 498-512.
- Silverman, Franklin H. - Publishing for Tenure and Beyond. 1999. Westport, CT: Praeger.
There will be weekly seminar sessions. The doctoral students should prepare each session, reading the recommended materials, participating actively in all the discussions. From a certain point onwards, each doctoral student will outline their own individual publication strategy, together with the professor. The strategy will be put into practice, under the supervision of the professor. Individual progress will be monitored and discussed in the weekly seminars. Evaluation is continuous. At the end of each semester, each doctoral student will be awarded an approved or failing grade, depending on the work done during the semester.
Evaluation is continuous. At the end of each semester, each doctoral student will be awarded an approved or failing grade, depending on the work done during the semester.
This curricular unit is eminently practical, aiming at enabling the doctoral students with the information and the appropriate instruments for a successful navigation in the world of publications. In line with these objectives, the program content seeks to strike the right balance between the initial provision of some information.
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