We have included some resources on professional activities many graduate students pursue, such as presenting at a conference and publishing.
Advice on Giving Conference Papers:
Edward H. Friedman, The Captive Audience; or Liberating Thoughts on Conference Papers (ADFL Bulletin, Vol. 27, No. 3, Spring 1996)
Friedman gives excellent advice on giving conference papers
Claremont University, Conference Paper Guide
Good list with resources on how to submit and deliver a good conference paper
Guidelines for Giving a Good Paper by the Tenured Radical
Tenured Radical gives very useful advice.
“Changing the Annual Meeting Format, From the News Column of the October 2003 Perspectives, Some Responses to Roy Rosenzweig”
Interesting Discussion on Changing the Format of the AHA Annual Meeting and on Alternatives to Traditional Papers.
Advice on Publishing
A publication article from May 2002 AHA Perspectives.
Getting Published by a University Press
Tips from an AHA Perspectives magazine article by Elaine Maisne.
Your Name in This Space: The Mysteries of Scholarly Publishing
An AHA Perspectives magazine article by Christopher Tomlins.
All of Tomorrow's Yesterdays: History Scholarship on the Web
An article from the AHA's Perspectives magazine by Robert Townsend.
Directory of History Journals
Links to English-language journals that publish in various fields of history.
Publishing a Scholarly Article in Classical Studies
Written Ruth Scodel and Marilyn B. Skinner; advice on website of the American Philological Association.
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