Hello everyone! As part of the activities we are preparing with the conference “Decolonizing Global Studies: Charting Trends, Mapping Trajectories,” we are also having a Special Session and Conversation with Academic Publishers and Academic Journal Editors this September 10, 2020, 1:00-4:30 PM. We asked our panelists to share something about the respective publishing house/press they are part and academic journals they are editing; share insights and tips for those who wish to publish their papers. Maybe we can also ask them about their experience and adjustment during this context of the global pandemic. Exciting discussions ahead, right?
Those who will be notified with the Zoom credentials for the conference will also receive the Zoom credentials for this special session.
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The conference time is it of local time in Philippines?
Yes, it’s Manila time.
Hi can I let my class CL 202 Literary Theory and Criticsim attend the keynote speakers’s lectures? If ok – what link can I email to them tomorrow? Sorry, I know it’s terribly late registration. Thanks
Hi, the registration has ended and we exceeded the numbers of attendees allowable for the keynote session. But, please do not worry as the session will be recorded and uploaded to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl_CDpDAEtG3S7s-JJrdtMw
Dear DSRN Committee,
Thank you very much for your kind information for tomorrow’s prgram on Session with Academic Publishers and Journals. However, I have a Question here regarding the TIME (100-400 PM), Is it a Manila/Philippines TIME? or What? Just to make sure since there would be a different Zone with Jakarta/Indonesia anyway. Thank you for your kind attention and information
Best Regards, Bekti Lantong
Pada tanggal Sen, 7 Sep 2020 pukul 22.53 Decolonial Studies Research Network menulis:
> Nassef Manabilang Adiong posted: ” Hello everyone! As part of the > activities we are preparing with the conference “Decolonizing Global > Studies: Charting Trends, Mapping Trajectories,” we are also having a > Special Session and Conversation with Academic Publishers and Academic > Journal Edito” >
It’s Manila time. See you.