Are you a PhD working in a multilingual capacity? This book review offers some useful insights into publishing in English.
This post is by Jiawen Xia. Jiawen is currently a PhD student in the Institute for Development Policy and Management.
A Scholar’s Guide to Getting Published in English – Critical Choices and Practical Strategies
Authors: Mary Jane Curry, Theresa Lillis
As an international student in the UK doing my PhD in English, I have already read several books on how to write and get published in academia. However, A Scholar’s Guide to Getting Published in English: Critical Choices and Practical Strategies is different than other academic writing guides as its organisation is based on 10 years of research into academic writing and publishing practices.
Over 18 chapters the author’s tackle a variety of subjects including a discussion of the preparation required for academic publication and logical techniques enabling scholars to situate their ideas within the framework of academic publishing. They continue by discussing how to identify suitable conferences, how to…
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