ECR Webinar: Targeting Journals for Publication: How Can ECRs Select Journals to Publish their Research?

ECR Webinar: Targeting Journals for Publication: How Can ECRs Select Journals to Publish their Research?

Join us for our latest Early Career Researchers (ECR) Event.


Are you a researcher taking the first steps in your publishing journey? Do you struggle to find the appropriate venues where you can share your work with other scholars? Or, do you wonder how to select journals to publish your research? Then, this session is designed for you. This mentoring event aims to provide young researchers with basic keys and guidelines on how to select journals to publish their research. In addition, it will tackle how to address comments and deal with rejections.


Our speakers:


Nikolay Mintchev is a Principal Research Fellow at the Institute for Global Prosperity, University College London. He is a core team member of PROCOL Lebanon – a transdisciplinary research programme aiming to develop new concepts and methods for addressing social and economic challenges in Lebanon. His latest work focuses on social theories of prosperity, participatory methods (especially citizen social science), and developing pathways from research to solutions for positive social impact.


Fatemeh Sadeghi is a political scientist and a Senior Research Fellow at the TAKHAYYUL project at the UCL Institute for Global Prosperity. Her research focuses on political imagination (takhayyul-e siyasi تخیل سیاسی) as a collective constellation inspired by theological, philosophical, and historical forces and traditions aiming at envisioning a different future and making it possible. Focusing on Islam and contemporary Iran, she studies the intersubjective and socially constructed mentalities that aspire to a different future in a creative and cognitive process typically concerned with what is unreal, unknowable, hypothetical, or yet-to-be.


Date: 27th March 2024

Time: 12:00 UK time

Duration: 1.5 hours

Platform: Zoom | Register here.


Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with prominent scholars, explore key insights in social policy research, and gain tips on presenting your research ideas effectively!


This event is part of the MENA Social Policy (MENASP) Network’s Early Career Researchers initiative. For more information about the initiative, click here.



The opinions expressed in the webinars are those of the speakers. They do not purport to reflect the opinions or views of the Middle East and North Africa Social Policy (MENASP) Network or the University of Birmingham.

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