Sunday, December 1, 2013

A Scholar's Guide to Getting Published in English by Mary Jane Curry, Theresa Lillis - Multilingual Matters | Channel View Publications

A Scholar's Guide to Getting Published in English by Mary Jane Curry, Theresa Lillis - Multilingual Matters 

I'm looking forward to reading this book. It appears to have a refreshing approach to scholarly publishing.

Contents
Introduction
Chapter 1: Identifying your personal interests and commitments to publishing
Chapter 2: Making sense of institutional evaluation criteria 23
Chapter 3: Responding to different institutional pressures to publish
Chapter 4: Entering academic ‘conversations’—Finding out about scholarly conferences
Chapter 5: Identifying the ‘conversations’ of academic journals 
Chapter 6: Joining academic ‘conversations’ in a competitive marketplace 
Chapter 7: Locating your work and forging ‘conversations’—whose work to cite and why? 
Chapter 8: Publishing articles or book chapters? 
Chapter 9: Understanding trajectories and time in the publishing process
Chapter 10: Accessing resources for writing for publication
Chapter 11: Doing the work of writing in multiple languages 
Chapter 12: Participating in academic research networks
Chapter 13: Collaborating on texts for publication 
Chapter 14: Getting help from literacy brokers
Chapter 15: Communicating with publishing gatekeepers
Chapter 16: Producing a journal: taking on reviewing and editing roles
Chapter 17: Concluding thoughts— Critical choices and practical strategies for global scholarly publishing 

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