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Getting Published in the Social Sciences

Workshop for Indonesian Early Career Researchers

 

Room s2.77, Social Sciences Building

University of Warwick,

15 August 2017, 10.30am-4.30pm

 

 

10.30 – 10.45 – Coffee and welcome

 

10.45 –11.45 – Opening Roundtable:

Meet the Editors: Demystifying the Publication Process

 

11.45—12.00 – Coffee

 

12 – 12.45 – Adeline Cooke (UCLan) “We Were Wives, Mothers, Daughters – a practice based research in Participatory Video for conflict resolution and peacebuilding in Papua

 

12.45-1.45 – Lunch

 

1.45 – 2.30 – Dorothy Ferary (PhD Candidate at UCL Institute of Education) “Beyond the Economic Benefits of Higher Education: Empowering Indonesian Women

2.30 – 3.15 – Budi WaluyoFinancial Autonomy and Control in Agencification Practices: Emerging Issues

 

3.15 – 3.30 – coffee

 

3.30 – 4.30 – Closing Roundtable:

Publishing Advantages & Pitfalls for Indonesia-based Scholars

Writing for Publication Workshop


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Past Events


Practitioner Forum, Depok Campus, Universitas Indonesia, November 2016

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On November 30, 2016, a Practitioner Forum was held at the Depok campus of Universitas Indonesia with project representatives from the University of Warwick as well as UI present. Warwick project member Lisa Tilley delivered an overview of the research project’s aims, theoretical grounding, methodology, and results so far. Reni Suwarso and Chusnul Mar’iyah each gave presentations on the research progression of the UI project members. A number of research students who have been assisting on the project were also in attendance. Jakarta-based anthropologist Alip Purnomo delivered an intervention based on his own experiences of living in a new social housing development in the city. Further, the experienced urban planner Dr Hendro Sangkoyo addressed the meeting by giving an overview of the history and present status of evictions in Jakarta. The discussion among participants then moved on to situating the Jakarta evictions regime in relation to theoretical debates as well as in relation to the broader global context of evictions.

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'Getting Published in the Social Sciences' Workshop for Indonesian Early Career Researchers
Room S2.77
University of Warwick,
15 August 2017, 10.30am-430pm
250 word abstract deadline May 30, 2017 (send to lisa.tilley@warwick.ac.uk)

This workshop will focus on getting published in leading academic journals and book series. We invite paper contributions for comments within the areas of:

• Cities and Urban Transformation
• Development and Women’s Empowerment
• International Relations/International Political Economy and Global Governance

The programme includes two publishing-focused roundtables:

ROUNDTABLE 1: Meet the Editors: Demystifying the Publication Process
• Professor Shaun Breslin, editor of The Pacific Review
• Dr Andre Broome, editor of Global Reordering Book Series (Palgrave), Routledge Studies in Globalisation and CSGR Working Paper Series
• Dr Juanita Elias, editor of Global Political Economies of Gender and Sexuality (Rowman and Littlefield)

ROUNDTABLE 2: Publishing Advantages & Pitfalls for Indonesia-based Scholars
• Dr Chusnul Mar’iyah, Universitas Indonesia and CEPP
• Dr Reni Suwarso, Universitas Indonesia and CEPP
• Dr Sri Wiyanti Eddyono, Universitas Gadjah Mada

DEADLINES:
• 30 May 2017: Submission of 250 words abstract (please also include your paper title, affiliation and contact details). Please email your abstract to Lisa.Tilley@warwick.ac.uk.

• 15 June 2017: Notification of acceptance by workshop organisers.
• 15 July 2017: Submission of full paper.
Participants have to make their own travel and accommodation arrangements as necessary. Subsistence during the day will be provided. If you have any queries, please contact Dr Lisa Tilley at: Lisa.Tilley@warwick.ac.uk