Publishing Your Work for
13 November 2019, Brisbane
As part of our 50th anniversary celebrations, the Academy is delighted to partner with the Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research to host a special event for early career humanities researchers.
The Publishing Your Work for Diverse Audiences workshop will be held on Wednesday 13 November 2019 at Griffith University’s South Bank campus in Brisbane. This interactive full day workshop will bring together humanities Higher Degree Research students and Early Career Researchers to develop a dual approach to their publishing profiles – addressing the need to both establish a quality academic publishing profile, and a public research profile that speaks directly to the current engagement and impact agenda for Australian research.
In this workshop, participants will hear from senior scholars about the options for quality research publication – monographs, refereed journal articles and scholarly book chapters in national and international collections. Alongside this, participants will also hear about opportunities to re-target their research agenda and findings to a public audience – through avenues such as The Conversation and other widely disseminated public outlets that will build profile, and enable research to be accessible for media, policy-makers and potential industry collaborators.
The workshop will also include tips on media engagement, and maximising the engagement and impact aspects of your research.
See the provisional program below.
Registrations for this event are now closed.
Workshop participants will receive an invitation to:
- Participate in an early career researcher focus group for the Academy’s Future Humanities Workforce project from 2:30pm to 4:30pm Wednesday 13 November at Griffith University’s South Bank campus. The project is keen to learn more about the challenges and opportunities facing early career humanities researchers on topics from future skill development, digital literacy and gender diversity.
- The curtain raiser free public event of the 50th Symposium, the Academy’s 9th Hancock Lecture — Maaya Waabiny: Mobilising song archives to nourish an endangered language — by early career researcher Associate Professor Clint Bracknell from Edith Cowan University’s Kurongkurl Katitjin Centre for Indigenous Australian Education and Research, commencing 5:00pm at the Griffith University Art Museum, South Bank Brisbane.
- Register for the Academy’s 50th Symposium to be held 13-15 November 2019 in Brisbane using the discounted Student rate.
10:00am — Publishing quality academic work: The post-PhD research publications plan
- Building profile for Postdoctoral Fellowship applications
- Working towards a Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) Fellowship – what should my track record look like?
11:00am — Morning break
11:15am — Turning your research into publicly accessible work
- The advantage of writing for the non-academic audience
- Distilling your research for the non-expert – engaging with media
12:15pm — Tips from the coalface: Early Career Researcher presentations
- How to continue research publications in the precarious humanities, arts and social sciences work environment
- Combining quality academic work with building for broader research impact
1:00pm — Workshop close, followed by lunch and networking opportunities