Getting the most out of conferences, networking and publishing: A workshop for postgraduate research students and early career researchers | Professor Andy Bennett (Griffith University)
As the academic world becomes increasingly competitive, particularly at the entry-level stages, careful planning and management of one’s career steps is highly important. While some significant new opportunities for academic profiling have been presented in the form of digital platforms such as Facebook and academia.edu, established earlier forms of profiling, notably conference presentations, networking and effective publishing also remain critical benchmarks for academic success. Led by Professor Andy Bennett, an experienced academic with extensive conference and publishing experience, this workshop will explore a range of themes relating to getting the most out of academic conferences and publishing. Themes covered will include:
Choosing the right conferences for you and your work.
Presenting a conference paper.
Making the most of networking opportunities.
Publishing from your PhD thesis
Choosing what and where to publish.
The merits of co-publishing as an ECR
Andy Bennett is Professor of Cultural Sociology in the School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science at Griffith University. A leading international figure in sociological studies of popular music and youth culture, he has written and edited numerous books including Popular Music and Youth Culture, Music, Style and Aging and Music Scenes (co-edited with Richard A. Peterson). He is a Faculty Fellow of the Yale Centre for Cultural Sociology, an International Research Fellow of the Finnish Youth Research Network, a founding member of the Consortium for Youth, Generations and Culture and a founding member of the Regional Music Research Group.
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