" From conference paper to published article: women’s studies scholarship "
A workshop is expected to be organized on Publication and the process involved by an invited experienced professional in the field to provide an insight for all those researchers looking for opportunities to publish and in the defined way.
- Navigating journal submission guidelines
- The value of the online, open access format
- Language specifics: author self-identification in feminist scholarship; the audience and jargon
- The role of article components: the role of abstracts, key words/phrases, introductions, literature reviews and conclusions
Diana J. Fox, PhDProfessor and Chairperson,
Department of Anthropology,
Journal of International Women’s Studies,
Diana Fox is a cultural anthropologist, diversity consultant and documentary film producer. Her work focuses on the Anglophone Caribbean, particularly Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago where she researches issues of gender and sexual diversity, women’s involvement in ecological sustainability, women’s human right and transnational feminism and activism. She is the Founder and Editor of the open access, online Journal of International Women’s Studies, a published author and recipient of multiple grants, scholarships and awards. Dr. Fox is the executive producer of the documentary film, Earth, Water, Woman: Community and Sustainability in Trinidad and Tobago in conjunction with Sarafinaproductions, an L.A. based film company. She is currently collaborating with J-FLAG, the first Jamaican LGBT human rights organization on a documentary titled LGBT Lives: Untold Stories of Survival and Resistance.
Target AudiencePHD and Master Students
More DetailsDate: 04th May 2017
Time: 11.00 – 13.00
Tickets: The publication workshop is included in the student registration.