Workshop for doctoral students: Joy of Writing in Cultural Studies 8.12.2021
Doctoral programme Social and Cultural Encounters (SCE, University of Eastern Finland), School for Humanities and the Finnish journal Kulttuurintutkimus will organize a workshop for doctoral students about article writing and publishing. The one-day event is part of the biannual conference in cultural studies 8.–10. Dec 2021. The theme of the conference is “Joy”.Workshop is open for doctoral students from all Finnish universities, who plan to publish in Finnish or international journals, especially related to the interdisciplinary field of cultural studies.
The workshop is divided into two parts. The first part with lectures (in English) is open to all. The second part is a closed workshop (in English and in Finnish) to those students who will present their article drafts or manuscripts and commit to commenting each other’s work-in-progress with care and confidence. The number of the participants in the second part is limited to five students in each group.
The aim of the workshop is
- to increase knowledge about publishing processes and editorial practices in Finnish and international journals
- to encourage the participants in publishing their work
- to increase understanding of diverse textual choices, especially inside cultural studies
- to address interdisciplinary audiences in a clear and attractive way
The teachers in the workshop are prof. Jocelyn Guilbault (ethnomusicology, University of California, Berkeley, US), prof. Susanna Paasonen (media studies, University of Turku), university researcher Juhana Venäläinen (sociology of art, editor of Kulttuurintutkimus, UEF), Jaana Vuori (gender studies, UEF) and other UEF teachers. More information about the visiting teachers, who also will give keynote speeches during the conference, will be published on the conference website.
SCE doctoral students can earn 2 credits from the course, e.g. under 2015241 Academic Professional Skills, in negotiation with their supervisors. To earn 2 credits, students must participate both in the lectures and in the closed workshop with one’s own text draft. The students outside of UEF will be given a certificate for participation.
The course will have limited seats, maximum of 10 students, 5 of which is reserved for UEF students (primarily students of SCE).
Responsible teacher: Jaana Vuori, email@example.com
All students who will participate in the second part with papers/article manuscripts should send a short abstract/synopsis of their article (max. 3000 characters) in English or Finnish to firstname.lastname@example.org before 4th October, 2021. The participants will be informed about the access to the article workshop by 11th October. The article drafts should be delivered to other workshop participants by 15th November (via course Moodle). In addition, all students, including the students who will take part only in the open part of the workshop with lectures, should enroll to the course either via WebOodi (UEF students) or by sending an email to email@example.com from other universities) 15th November2021 by latest.
More information and the updated programme will be found in the course Moodle after 11th October. Students from outside UEF, please use Haka log-in with your university account credentials.
12.30-12.45 Opening of the Workshop, Quick Presentation of the Participants
12.45–13.15 Lecture: Diverse Texts, Diverse Genres & Diverse Audiences in Cultural Studies
13.30–13.45 Coffee break
13.45–14.15 Editorial Processes in International Publishing
14.15–14.30 Editorial Processes in the Finnish Context: Kulttuurintutkimus as an Example
14.30–15.00 Questions and Answers
15.15–17.30 Workshops (limited for 10 students)
Based on the idea papers and manuscripts the participants have delivered and read
in advance. Teachers Jocelyne Guilbault, Susanna Paasonen, Jaana Vuori and other local teachers.
18.00 Conference programme and get-together in Siihtala cultural centrum. For conference and work shop participants, free of charge.