Dear Friends

 

Postgraduate students very  welcome.

 

Writing and publishing workshop with Professor Peter Hopkins

 

Date: Thursday 12th January 2017

Time: 09.00 am – 5 pm

Location: Deakin University, Melbourne

Program:

09.00-09.15 am

Welcome and introductions

 

Professional Writing

 

 

9.15-10.00: Know who you are writing for: thinking about your audience

 

10.00-11.30:  Break and writing time

 

11.30-12.00: Ethics and the practice of co-authorship

 

12.00-12.30:  Questions and discussion

12-1.00 pm

Lunch   (and writing for those who want to)

 

Publishing

 

1.30 -2.30: The cruel and the kind: reviewers comments and responding

 

2.30-4.00: Break and writing time

 

4.00-4.30: Developing a strong publishing profile: strategies for CV development

 

4.30-5.00 pm

 

Closing discussion

 

*** Attendees please bring along a piece of their writing to work on. For example, this could be early versions of a colloquium document (or part of this), conference paper, journal article, thesis chapter (or part of this).

 

Peter Hopkins is a Professor of Social Geography in the School of Geography, Politics and Sociology, Newcastle University, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK. His research and teaching interests centre upon the challenges and complexities of inequality and justice, and how these interrelate with debates about equality and diversity. More specifically, his work draws attention to the exclusionary ways in which various forms of discrimination and marginalisation – such as racism, sexism, Islamophobia, sizism and ageism – shape people’s everyday lives, structure the resources available to them and influence their political and social mobility. This work is built upon a commitment to empirical research that is informed both by current debates in academic literatures and theoretical understandings about intersectionality, society and space, as well as – where appropriate – concerns of relevance to policy makers and practitioners.

His work tends to draw upon urban social, feminist and anti-racist research and falls within the following three themes:

 

·         Young people, place and identity

·         Young people, social identities and political inequalities

·         Youth transitions and intergenerational relations

·         Young migrants, asylum seekers, refugees and ethnic minority groups

 

RSVP:

Please RSVP with an expression of interest by 10 December 2016 to Ayuba Issaka (yuubsissaka@gmail.com) and Michele Lobo (michele.lobo@deakin.edu.au)

Please include your dietary requirements for catering purposes in your email.

 

Kind Regards

 

Michele

 

Dr Michele Lobo

Senior Research Fellow (Part-time -0.6)

Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation, Faculty of Arts & Education

 

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