Picture this: you have done all the hard work. A journal sent your manuscript our to review. Now the editors have made a decision and sent it back to you. Good news: its not a rejection! But here’s the catch: the editors have lengthy letter with guidance, accompanied by even longer letters from anonymous reviewers. Some of their comments are helpful, others not. What do you do now?
|Date||22 April 2021|
This panel discussion will aim to demystify the process of publishing in academic journals by guiding attendees in the art of responding to reviewers’ comments. How do I balance competing suggestions? Who do I listen to most? Can I push back against criticisms I don’t like? We’ve brought in the editors from three leading journals in different sub-fields to offer answers to these questions, and others our attendees might have to ask.
Polly Pallister-Wilkins (Geopolitics)
Daniel Mügge (Review of International Political Economy)
Darshan Vigneswaran (European Journal of International Relations & Migration Politics)
Please register by filling in the form below. We will send you the Zoom link one day in advance.