‘Should you edit a volume of essays…’ asks Emile Chabal?

Following on from Marisa Linton’s interview in which she discussed her approach to writing journal articles, we are delighted to welcome Dr EMILE CHABAL (Edinburgh),  who has recently edited and co-edited two volumes on twentieth-century France, and here shares very useful reflections on the ups and downs of the process.   Should you edit a volume of […]

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Getting Published in an Academic Journal

Penny Roberts (Warwick) recently gave a great talk at the ASMCF-SSFH Postgraduate Studies Day at the University of Exeter. As co-editor of French History, her tips on getting published in academic journals are … well.. priceless. Here is a transcript of her talk – thanks for sharing, Penny!  — I don’t need to tell you, but […]

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From Thesis to Book

by Robert D. Priest (Royal Holloway, University of London) When I was kindly invited to write a blog post here, obviously my first instinct was to engage in some craven marketing on behalf of my new book – or should I say my ground-breaking, empirically rigorous and elegantly crafted new volume, essential for all teachers […]

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