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2018–2019 Mellon University Press Diversity Fellowship

The University of Washington Press (job number 152934), Duke University Press (Careers), MIT Press (job number 15648), and the University of Georgia Press ( 75 more words

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Rethinking creative writing, rethinking monographs

Our first publication was Rethinking Creative Writing by Stephanie Vanderslice.

Our first contact with the author was when she sent us a very welcoming response to our announcement of the foundation of our Creative Writing Studies imprint. 501 more words

Academic Publishing

Are you on the research track?  Thinking of publishing?

Are you on the research track?  Thinking of publishing in a scholarly journal?  If so, this workshop may be of interest to you!

Having one (or more) scholarly profiles can help you benchmark your publications compared to other researchers in your field, and track the impact of your scholarship. 85 more words

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China declared world’s largest producer of scientific articles - Dünyada en çok bilimsel makale üreten ülke Çin

For the first time, China has overtaken the United States in terms of the total number of science publications, according to statistics compiled by the US National Science Foundation (NSF). 943 more words

Scholarly Publishing

Matthew Walther on the funding cuts at University Press of KY

“Conservatives of all people should be appalled by the disdain shown for tradition, the life of the mind, and the past itself exhibited by Bevin and his fellow Kentucky Republicans.

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Event Review: Academic Editing with Lesley Erickson

Written by Wendy Barron; copy edited by Katie Heffring

On Saturday, November 25, 2017, a group of 20 editors gathered at the British Columbia Institute of Technology’s downtown campus for Lesley Erickson’s seminar “Academic Editing: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.” Lesley has more than 20 years’ experience as an author and editor in scholarly publishing and is currently a senior production editor at UBC Press. 1,013 more words

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#China publishes more #ScientificArticles than the #UnitedStates

A new analysis of global science and engineering competence shows that the United States is struggling to fight off an increasingly competitive China.

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