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Roundtable Session

49 - Getting Published: Writing a Publishable Manuscript, and Mistakes Authors Make

7/6/2018
12:10 PM - 1:40 PM
Location: Mahogany, First Floor

Scholars generally learn how to prepare manuscripts for publication by trial and error. Authors who understand what editors and publishers look for in a manuscript, and the reasons they reject certain submissions, stand a better chance of preparing publishable manuscripts. Moreover, academic publishing is changing rapidly, and scholars need to deal with impact factors, altmetrics, paywalls and open access, Article Processing Charges, mega-journals, Creative Commons copyrights, and institutional repositories.


This roundtable brings together experienced editors and publishers to discuss what makes a manuscript successful, and how current trends are changing the nature of scholarly communication.

Paul H. Kratoska

National University of Singapore, Singapore

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Paul H. Kratoska

National University of Singapore, Singapore

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Jennifer Munger

Association for Asian Studies, United States

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Pallavi Narayan

National University of Singapore, Singapore

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Sugata Ghosh

Oxford University Press India, India

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