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In conversation with Greg Woolf (Journal of Roman Archaeology), Verity Platt (Classical Receptions Journal), Susan Deacy (Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies), and Rosa Andújar (American Journal of Philology).
Moderated by Emlyn Dodd and Katherine Harloe (Institute of Classical Studies).

How does one actually go about getting one's research published in a journal? Which journal is the best fit for your research? And how important are journal rankings and impact factors? This researcher training event will tackle these among other questions in the context of the current (and future) academic publishing landscape. It takes the form of a conversation between journal editors across the discipline of Classics broadly speaking, including Ancient History, Archaeology, Reception and other adjacent areas of research. It aims foremost to demystify and break down barriers between researchers, editors and journals, as well as providing a toolkit of skills and advice to go about getting your research published. Discussion will be of use not only to those at graduate, postgraduate or early career stages, but also to more experienced researchers looking to publish in different spaces and new ways.

The moderated conversation will be followed by a Q&A with attendees; there will also be an opportunity to submit questions to the panel in advance.

Advance booking is required for this online event