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In May, RE&D’s Research Notes seminar series features a fantastic panel of Prof. Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt, Associate Professor Ida Kubiszewski and Dr Dimity Phillips. The webinar will be facilitated by Dr Manero of RE&D.
Are you a HDR student or ECR with questions about publishing? This seminar aims to shed light on the processes involved. The three panellists will give their perspective on topics such as:
• How to choose a journal
• How to publish multi-disciplinary work. Should you choose a multi-disc journal to reach a broad audience or target a highly ranked and specialised journal in a certain discipline?
• How to reach out to editors
• The process of reviews and review etiquette
• The politics of co-publishing, research integrity and your rights as an author
Presentations from the panel will be followed by a Q&A discussion.
We look forward to hearing your questions about publishing and journals. All welcome!
Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt is a Professor at Crawford School of Public Policy. Her research is on community livelihoods and natural resource management, with focus on resource-dependent communities, the conflicts arising out of contested rights, and the struggles of local communities to reclaim these rights. The research is primarily focused on South Asia, but she has also led research projects in Indonesia, Lao PDR and Mongolia. Her research is informed by feminist scholar-activist research methodologies, and has contributed to broadening the understanding of gender in, and the social impacts of, large-scale, capitalised extractive industries, leading to efforts to engender the extractive industries.
Ida Kubiszewski is an Associate Professor at Crawford School of Public Policy at The Australian National University. She is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a full member of the Club of Rome. She was a climate change negotiator for the Dominican Republic, following adaptation and loss & damage, at the 19th through 21st Conference of Parties. Ida Kubiszewski is an associate editor or on the editorial boards of various academic journals including Ecosystem Services, Anthropocene Review, PeerJ, Energies, and Solutions. She is the author or co-author of almost 100 academic publications (64 refereed journal articles and 27 book chapters) and co-authored or co-edited six books.
Dimity Phillips is a Communications & Research Project Officer for the Australian National University and specialist in research integrity. The event will be recorded and later uploaded the Crawford YouTube channel.