Gender Studies Professionalism and Practicum

G780 — Fall 2020

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Brenda R. Weber
Lindley Hall
Days and Times
T 4:00PM-6:30PM
Course Description

This course is designed to offer advanced graduate students an intensive exposure to the theories, practices, and processes of academic publishing and professionalism, with a specific focus on gender studies as a discipline. In general, the course offers students a practical structure for such professional activities as writing abstracts for conferences and grants, turning a seminar paper into a publishable article, approaching editors of journals and presses, writing job letters, compiling CV's and teaching portfolios, giving conference papers and job talks, and applying for grants, post-docs, and faculty positions.

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