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OZSW PhD student seminar – topic: peer reviewing

13 December 2013 @ 12:00 - 17:00

| free for OZSW PhD student members

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Publish or Perish How the publishing world works for PhD students For PhD students who are at the beginning of their academic career, publishing is increasingly becoming an important way to make themselves visible. In this seminar, we will explore how the publishing world works. In the first part of the seminar, two experienced philosophers will share their publication strategies with us. Ingrid Robeyns, director of the OZSW and professor in practical philosophy, is the internationally most referred to practical…

Publish or Perish

How the publishing world works for PhD students For PhD students who are at the beginning of their academic career, publishing is increasingly becoming an important way to make themselves visible. In this seminar, we will explore how the publishing world works. In the first part of the seminar, two experienced philosophers will share their publication strategies with us. Ingrid Robeyns, director of the OZSW and professor in practical philosophy, is the internationally most referred to practical philosopher working in the Netherlands. She has a long list of publications and is also active on blogs and on Twitter. Marcus Düwell is professor of philosophical ethics and was for many year director of the former OZSE. He authored and edited a considerable number of books. Together with them, we will look at different forms of publications like book reviews, co-authored articles and articles in popular press. Topics such as “when is a paper ready for publication?” and “how to choose a journal?” will be discussed. In the second part of the seminar, we will focus on the publication process itself. Two long-standing editors of peer-reviewed journals will reveal their secrets. Professor Robert Heeger is editor-in-chief of Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, a journal in ethics. Professor Anthonie Meijers edits Philosophical Explorations, which focuses on philosophy of mind and action. They will explain to us how the peer-review process works, how they make their choices and provide some tips and tricks. During the afternoon there will be ample room for discussion and questions.  Program

12-13    Great welcome lunch 13-15    The author’s view: publication strategies

  • Prof. Ingrid Robeyns
  • Prof. Marcus Düwell

15-17    The editor’s view: secrets revealed

  • Prof. Anthonie Meijers (Philosophical Explorations)
  • Prof. Robert Heeger (Ethical Theory and Moral Practice)

17           Drinks

TO PARTICIPATE, PLEASE REGISTER FOR THE EVENT AT www.aanmelder.nl/peer-reviewing-seminar.

Details

Date:
13 December 2013
Time:
12:00 - 17:00
Cost:
free for OZSW PhD student members
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Venue

Utrecht University
Utrecht, Utrecht 3512 CA The Netherlands

Organizer

Catalina Peeters
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Email:
secretariaat@ozsw.nl
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Publish or Perish

How the publishing world works for PhD students

For PhD students who are at the beginning of their academic career, publishing is increasingly becoming an important way to make themselves visible. In this seminar, we will explore how the publishing world works. In the first part of the seminar, two experienced philosophers will share their publication strategies with us. Ingrid Robeyns, director of the OZSW and professor in practical philosophy, is the internationally most referred to practical philosopher working in the Netherlands. She has a long list of publications and is also active on blogs and on Twitter. Marcus Düwell is professor of philosophical ethics and was for many year director of the former OZSE. He authored and edited a considerable number of books. Together with them, we will look at different forms of publications like book reviews, co-authored articles and articles in popular press. Topics such as “when is a paper ready for publication?” and “how to choose a journal?” will be discussed. In the second part of the seminar, we will focus on the publication process itself. Two long-standing editors of peer-reviewed journals will reveal their secrets. Professor Robert Heeger is editor-in-chief of Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, a journal in ethics. Professor Anthonie Meijers edits Philosophical Explorations, which focuses on philosophy of mind and action. They will explain to us how the peer-review process works, how they make their choices and provide some tips and tricks. During the afternoon there will be ample room for discussion and questions.

 Program

12-13    Great welcome lunch
13-15    The author’s view: publication strategies

  • Prof. Ingrid Robeyns
  • Prof. Marcus Düwell

15-17    The editor’s view: secrets revealed

  • Prof. Anthonie Meijers (Philosophical Explorations)
  • Prof. Robert Heeger (Ethical Theory and Moral Practice)

17           Drinks

TO PARTICIPATE, PLEASE REGISTER FOR THE EVENT AT www.aanmelder.nl/peer-reviewing-seminar.

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