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Editorial Workshop Architecture and Culture and the AHRA 2024

Invitation to Take Part: Deadline 17 May 2024

Wed 12 Jun 2024, 9:00am—1:00pm


Add to Calendar Apply To Take Part Megan Brien Khaoula Hannachi Soscha Monteiro

The Architectural Humanities Research Association’s PhD Representatives and the Editors of Architecture and Culture will hold an online editorial workshop aimed at postgraduate students and early career researchers to help navigate the process of academic publishing.

Workshop Details:

This workshop is specifically designed to address the needs of individuals who have not previously published or have encountered challenges in developing manuscripts for publication. Participants will:

1. Learn About Editorial Review Process: Gain insights into the editorial review process, understanding how manuscripts are assessed, and the expectations of peer-reviewed journals.

2. Effective Response to Feedback: Acquire strategies for responding to feedback received during the editorial review process. Learn how to address criticism constructively to improve the quality of your research.

3. Navigating Challenges in the Publication Journey: Develop skills to navigate common challenges encountered in the publication journey, from initial manuscript submission to the final publication.

A detailed agenda and logistical information will be provided to accepted participants.

Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications by the 17th of May 2024.

Please submit your application here

Notification of Acceptance: Successful applicants will be notified by the 29th of May via email.

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Statement:

The AHRA PhD Representatives and Architecture and Culture are committed to fostering an inclusive and diverse academic community. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. Our selection process will endeavour to prioritise creating a workshop cohort that reflects the richness of diversity within the Architectural Humanities community.