EGSS Workshop Series Facilitated
by Dr.Stephen Peters: Strategies for Publication
This three-part writing workshop is part of EGSS’s post- conference workshop series and designed to develop your conference or term papers into a submission-ready manuscript.
- Across the three workshop sessions, participants will explore strategies for planning: Who are we writing to? Why are they reading our work? How will we reach them? What’s the genre? What’s the knowledge need? And what’s our contribution?
- Participants will try out strategies for beginning their work: What’s the research space? What’s the conversation? And where’s our voice?
- And strategies for continuing and completing their work: How do we make and maintain an argument? How will the reader ‘move’ through our work? What do they need to know? How can we chunk out writing?
- This workshop will also examine methods for giving feedback and what to expect when once you’ve submitted. Workshop participants will need a specific writing project (something to say!) to fully participate.
- Save dates and time for April 23rd, April 30th, and May 7th at 9:30: One hour workshop and 30 minutes Q&A + draws for those who attend the workshops.
- EGSS will send you a registration form at the beginning of April. Please make sure to register.
Acknowledgement: These workshops draw on the research and teaching of composition scholars Janet Giltrow, Pat Thomson and Barbara Kamler, and John Swales
McGill University is situated on the traditional territory of the Kanien’kehà:ka, a place which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst nations. We recognize and respect the Kanien’kehà:ka as the traditional custodians of the lands and waters on which we meet today.