Hortulus: The Online Graduate Journal of Medieval Studies is organizing a roundtable session for ICMS at Kalamazoo in 2020: ‘Graduate Student Publishing: A Roundtable on Publishing for Graduate Students and Early Career Researchers’

Please consider submitting an abstract by Friday, September 6th 2019

Roundtable Description:

Publishing while in graduate school, and as early career researchers, is increasingly expected as part of preparing for the current job market in higher education. Now more than ever graduate students need more direction and guidance on how to approach publishing during their graduate school years. This roundtable will address concerns, expectations, and advice for publishing in graduate school to speak to these important issues that are a part of the current graduate school and hiring climate, especially for medieval studies in higher education. The methodology for this session will be focused on providing speakers who have a spread of experience, primarily editors and writers who as graduate students have developed and published pieces of their work. But also, we would like to encourage participants who are editors and/or authors that have published and been involved in publishing as early career researchers and can address what they are looking for in new scholars and authors of publishable pieces.

Email abstract submissions to:

Natalie Whitaker Natalie.whitaker@slu.edu