Course Schedule


Lehrveranstaltungen

Journal writing and publishing (Seminar)

Dozent/in: Timon Beyes

Termin:
Einzeltermin | Fr, 06.01.2023, 14:00 - Fr, 06.01.2023, 16:00 | Online-Veranstaltung | kick-off (online)
Einzeltermin | Mo, 30.01.2023, 12:00 - Mo, 30.01.2023, 20:00 | C 12.002 | anschließendes Dinner
Einzeltermin | Di, 31.01.2023, 09:00 - Di, 31.01.2023, 19:00 | C 40.175 | .
Einzeltermin | Di, 31.01.2023, 09:00 - Di, 31.01.2023, 19:00 | C 16.204
Einzeltermin | Mi, 01.02.2023, 09:00 - Mi, 01.02.2023, 14:00 | C 16.204

Inhalt: The course is designed for PhD students interested in, or embarking on, writing journal articles. The course’s default language is English; written projects and group discussions can also be in German. The aim of this course is to take participants through the process of (international) journal publication. There are two aspects to this. First, considering the nature of academic knowledge production (using (and being used by) concepts, categories, methods etc.), and secondly the craft of writing and participating in the peer review process. As such this is not just a practical ‘how to’ course, but also requires participants to consider actively and reflexively the uses to which academic knowledge is being put, and the relational conditions of ‘its’ generation. There will be input presentation, but the emphasis will be a discursive, dialogical one, involving participants in conversations, presentations and group work. Participants should come prepared to discuss not only others but their own work, and to comment in constructive and substantive debate. The intent therefore is not just to take participants through the demands of producing written work suitable for academic publishing, but to do so having experienced critical engagement with the nature of theory, concepts, methods and claims. The lecturer has extensive editorial experience in journals of social theory, cultural theory and organization theory. I’m a Senior Editor of Organization Studies and have also published in journals such as Theory, Culture & Society (Sociology/Cultural Studies), Grey Room (cultural theory), the German-speaking Zeitschrift für Medienwissenschaft and Leviathan, and quite extensively in assorted journals of organization theory. The discussion on the nature of knowledge production will take in ideas from cultural and social theory, and studies of media and technology. Methodologically, the lecturer has largely been involved in qualitative work. The emphasis will not be on the technicalities of methodological approaches or methods, but on the kind of knowledge they create. The plan is to involve colleagues or guest faculty to enrich the course with further experiences.