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Scholarly Resources and Services

An introduction to scholarly communication and various resources for researchers at UWG.

Resources for Graduate Students

Danaher, John.  "Advice on Publishing Peer Review Articles." Philosophical Disquisitions.  May 24, 2007.

Danaher provides advice on how to react to those who have reviewed your submissions, the virtues of collaborating with another author, and what sort of material to fast-track to get in print quickly.  

Rothman, Barbara Katz.  "On the Merits of Graduate Students as Book ReviewersFootnotes. 33.3  March, 2005.  

Rothman talks about the value of reviewing books for graduate students and extols graduate students for often being  both more impartial in the act of reviewing and more aware of current literature in their respective fields than some senior academics.  

Weinberg, Justin.  "A Publishing Guide for Graduate Students". DailyNous January 21, 2021.

 A blog post  about publishing articles.  Weinberg answers questions about everything from how long one waits to hear back from a publisher, to what to do when one is rejected.  

Graduate students submit and archive theses in the ProQuest Thesis database.  Subsequently, thesis abastrcts and those for which students have chosen to make the thesis visible in ProQuest will be available in the ProQuest Thesis and Dissertation database linked below.

Specific instructions related to submission formatting and processes are available from the Graduate School and/or the unit or department in which you are completing your research.