Asia Pacific Early Career Researchers Program

International publishing opportunities for Asia Pacific Early Career Researchers (ECRs)

1.00 pm to 5.00 pm, Friday 24 June 2016

The ISA Asia Pacific Region is pleased to announce a pre-conference roundtable workshop on international publishing opportunities for Asia Pacific Early Career Researchers (defined as final year PhD students or those who submitted their PhD within the last five years). This roundtable will bring together the editors of leading journals and commissioning editors with major international academic publishing companies based in the Asia Pacific in an interactive format to explore strategies and practical challenges associated with finding international opportunities for journal and research monograph publication. . Confirmed panel members include editors from The Pacific Review and Government and Opposition, and commissioning editors from Taylor and Francis and Cambridge University Press.


Workshop participants must be early career researchers in the final year of their PhD or who have submitted their PhDs within the last five years

Preference will be given to participants who will be attending the ISA Asia Pacific regional conference on 25 to 27 June, immediately following the roundtable workshop.

No registration fee will be charged for this workshop but participants will be responsible for their own travel and accommodation arrangements.

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Prospective participants should be prepared to submit a short expression of interest which outlines their current research interests and their publication strategy, and provides a statement on how they would hope to benefit from participation in this roundtable workshop. Please submit your application below.  

Deadline: 1 March 2016

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