Conferences, Meetings & Seminars

Publishing in the Humanities: the Peer-Reviewed Journal

Please join us for a discussion about publishing academic journal articles!

The Yale Center for British Art is delighted to present an online discussion devoted to publishing in peer-reviewed academic journals. Intended for early career authors in the humanities, this session brings together lead members of the editorial team of British Art Studies, a peer-reviewed online research journal co-published by the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art (London) and the Yale Center for British Art (New Haven). 

Discussion topics include the role of the peer reviewer, the types of publishing outputs beyond the longform article, the benefits of electronic publishing and open access, and the process and associated timeline from submission to publication. There is an opportunity for attendees to ask questions.

The session is chaired by Jemma Field, Associate Director of Research at the Yale Center for British Art and Contributing Editor of British Art Studies. Speakers include Baillie Card, Managing Editor of British Art Studies, and Sarah Victoria Turner, Deputy Director of the Paul Mellon Centre and Editor in Chief of British Art Studies

If you have any questions, please contact Jemma Field: jemma.field@yale.edu

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Browsing the British Art Studies table of contents, photo courtesy of the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art