Masterclass: Surviving the Journal Publication Process

Masterclass: Surviving the Journal Publication Process

In this masterclass, we will cover how students can navigate the journal writing and publishing experience. We will be sharing tips on how to navigate the academic article publishing process – from initial idea, developing the concept into a paper, writing the paper, editing, submission, the review process, coping with rejection, resubmission and eventual publication.

Ann Evans is currently the Dean of Higher Degree Research at ANU. She is also a Professor of Family Demography, with research interests in the area of inequality and family and household studies. She undertakes research in the following areas: cohabitation and marriage, relationship formation and dissolution, fertility and contraception, young motherhood and migrant settlement and family formation. She has published 36 articles, 11 book chapters, and 1 edited collection. She has received many rejections.

James Raymer is a Professor of Demography, and his research focuses on developing innovative methodologies and analytical frameworks to study demographic processes. He has engaged in many interdisciplinary and international research collaborations on topics ranging from statistical estimation of migration flows to population forecasting. His migration research has focused on both internal migration (in Australia, England and Wales, Italy, USA) and international migration flows (among countries in Europe and the Asia Pacific). He has published 54 articles, 13 book chapters, 3 books, and 20 other publications and reports in the fields of demography, geography, regional science, and applied statistics.

 

Date & time

Thu 15 Oct 2020, 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Location

By Zoom (ID: 822 3014 8575. P/W: 987025)

Speakers

Professor Ann Evans, Professor of Demography, ANU
Professor James Raymer, School of Demography, ANU

Contacts

Susan Cowan

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