#AskDrEditor: Getting your book read when you’re a humanities scholar

My editing advice column, Ask Dr. Editor, is available through UniversityAffairs.ca. This Ask Dr. Editor piece outlines a four-step communications plan for authors of scholarly monographs in the humanities: “Getting your book read when you’re a humanities scholar – Part 2: Strategies to extend your monograph’s reach.” Have a question you want me to answer?Continue reading “#AskDrEditor: Getting your book read when you’re a humanities scholar”

#AskDrEditor: Doing Anti-Racist Academic Work

My editing advice column, Ask Dr. Editor, is available through UniversityAffairs.ca. This Ask Dr. Editor piece collects together a series of tweets to share five different strategies that faculty members can use to do their work in an anti-racist way: “Doing anti-racist academic work: How to practice and perform anti-racist research, teaching, and service.” HaveContinue reading “#AskDrEditor: Doing Anti-Racist Academic Work”

#AskDrEditor: Getting your book read when you’re a humanities scholar

My editing advice column, Ask Dr. Editor, is available through UniversityAffairs.ca. This Ask Dr. Editor piece outlines a four-step communications plan for authors of scholarly monographs in the humanities: “Getting your book read when you’re a humanities scholar – Part 2: Strategies to extend your monograph’s reach.” Have a question you want me to answer?Continue reading “#AskDrEditor: Getting your book read when you’re a humanities scholar”

#AskDrEditor: How to get your humanities research read & cited

My editing advice column, Ask Dr. Editor, is available through UniversityAffairs.ca. This Ask Dr. Editor piece provides three evidence-backed strategies to get humanities journal articles read and cited: “How to get your humanities research read & cited – Part 1: Strategies to extend your journal article’s reach.” Have a question you want me to answer?Continue reading “#AskDrEditor: How to get your humanities research read & cited”

#AskDrEditor: Your grant budget is a mess!

My editing advice column, Ask Dr. Editor, is available through UniversityAffairs.ca. This Ask Dr. Editor piece explains three problems that can contribute to a problematic, messy budget in a grant application: “Your grant budget is a mess! How to demonstrate feasibility in your proposal’s budget and justifying some of those out of the norm expenses.”Continue reading “#AskDrEditor: Your grant budget is a mess!”