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Publishing with impact: insights from UniSA's researchers

This workshop features a guest speaker who shares tips for those new to publishing to help you maximise your opportunities to be published with impact. Speakers are UniSA researchers with experience in publishing – as authors, peer reviewers and editors. Selected top tips from other UniSA researchers and UniSA Library will also be featured. Questions welcome!

 

Related guide: Publishing

Related workshops:

  • Publishing with impact: choosing the 'right' journal
  • Publishing with impact: avoiding predatory publishers
  • Publishing with impact: maximising the visibility of your work

Guest speaker's biography:

Jeanne-Marie Viljoen is a lecturer in literary and cultural studies, whose research is mainly in literary trauma studies, specifically using decolonial comics in contexts of violence as primary data. She has worked at UniSA for the last ten years and before that worked at universities in North Cyprus and South Africa, where she developed lived experience of living in contested colonial contexts.  In the Creative Academic Unit she teaches visual storytelling as a way of solving social problems and imagining new futures for diverse, cohesive societies.

As an advocate for art to facilitate communication in the contexts where language cannot capture all we want to say, she also supervises interdisciplinary research theses and works on creative practice and co-design research projects such as supporting neurodiverse comics creators and using creative methods to help prevent suicide in culturally and linguistically diverse men in farming occupations.

She is a member of the ‘Creative People, Products and Places (CP3’) research concentration at the University of South Australia. She is an Australian Research Council expert peer reviewer for grant applications, an international research associate and external examiner for international universities and a regular reviewer for international publications focusing on comics in decolonial contexts. She is also a member of the following professional organisations: The Australian Literary Studies Association; The Memory Studies Association & The Cultural Studies Association of Australasia.

 

EDGEx / MyRD link: PhD, Professional Doctorate, Masters by Research candidates and academic staff must register using the EDGEx link.

For all other participants, click Begin Registration below.

Date:
Tuesday, August 27, 2024
Time:
2:00pm - 2:45pm
Location:
Online
Campus:
Online

Registration is required. There are 99 seats available.

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