Editing Scholarship for Your Colleagues and Yourself

by | Apr 7, 2021

We’re leading an upcoming Zoom workshop for Stanford University on how scholars can edit their own work as well as the work of their colleagues.


Editing your own work is one of the most challenging and important parts of academic publishing. Whether you’re swapping copyedits with your writing group, responding to revise and resubmits, or getting your manuscript ready to send to a professional editor, learning how to effective edit your own and your colleagues’ work ensures your scholarship can reach the communities you care about.

Join Dr. Cathy Hannabach, founder of the interdisciplinary academic editing agency Ideas on Fire, for a workshop on editing scholarship for yourself and your colleagues.

Topics covered include working with colleagues in writing and editing groups, figuring out where a manuscript is in the editing cycle and what kind of editing it needs, developmentally editing a manuscript to help the argument and analysis shine, copyediting a manuscript to clean up the writing, and putting academic editing to work for you in your career within or beyond the academy.

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Author: <a href="https://ideasonfire.net/author/admin/" target="_self">Cathy Hannabach</a>

Author: Cathy Hannabach

Cathy Hannabach is the founder and CEO of Ideas on Fire as well as the host of the Imagine Otherwise podcast.

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