Writing a brief biography to accompany a conference paper proposal or published article is a genre unto itself. While people approach the bio in a variety of different ways, key features are crucial to the bio for very specific reasons.
Who are you? For next week’s Mentoring Monday, Laura Robinson, Dean of Arts and Professor of English and Theatre, Acadia University, will give you some tips on crafting a biographical statement to accompany your conference proposal.
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"Seeing Beyond the Words": For next week's Mentoring Monday, Trinna Frever, Ph.D., will outline the steps for crafting a proposal for a conference workshop or special event.
Unlike when you submit a conference proposal for an individual paper, which the conference organizers will then group with other papers based on their
For next week’s Mentoring Monday, Åsa Warnqvist, Research Manager at the Swedish Institute for Children’s Books, will adapt the dance steps previously choreographed by Simon Lloyd and Margaret Steffler to preparing and proposing a conference panel.
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