Writing for The Conversation – Webinar for Social Science and Humanities Researchers

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Too often, it feels like there are few ways for us to bring our research out of journals and conferences and into the minds of the wider public. One often-overlooked avenue is The Conversation.

Open to all of Western’s social science and humanities research faculty, postdoctoral associates and PhD students, please join us for a presentation from The Conversation’s Canadian Office Editor-in-Chief, Scott White. Scott will discuss The Conversation’s international publishing and content model, their writing process, and the benefits of publishing articles in The Conversation. Following the presentation, there will be time to field questions from the audience.

Writing for the Conversation

Scott White
Editor-in-Chief, The Conversation Canada

Tuesday, October 20, 2020
12:30 – 1:25 pm
via Zoom

Register for the Webinar.

The Conversation is a daily independent news and analysis online publication, delivering expertise from the academic and research community directly to the public. In a not-for-profit collaboration, its small team of professional editors works directly with academics and researchers to publish articles for a wide audience.

Sponsored by The Faculty of Information and Media Studies, The Faculty of Law, The Don Wright Faculty of Music and Western Research Communications.

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Kueneman, Karen
Staff, 2015 Fall

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