A companion podcast to the early career focussed Exchanges: The Interdisciplinary Research journal, hosted by its Editor-in-Chief. Answering part of this scholar-led, open-access, journal’s developmental and visibility missions, each episode commonly highlights publication developments, or increasingly hosts a guest who has contributed to the journal in some way. Suggestions for guests or topics are always warmly welcomed for future episodes.
In this episode, we talk with doctoral candidate Urmee Chakma, from the Faculty of Education at Monash University about her recent publication with the Exchanges journal. We also talk about the challenges of teaching English to speakers of other languages, and her advice for authors approaching publication for the first time.
In this episode, I talk with WIRL-COFUND research fellow, Dr Doro Wiese, from the University of Warwick’s School of Languages & Culture. We discuss her current epistemological research, before focussing on her experiences with academic publication. As always, we finish with advice for those looking to publish academic work for the first time.
In this very special episode of the podcast, we talk to three of the post-graduate researcher associate editors who’ve been working on the journal: Giulia Champion, Nora Castle and Melissa Pawelski. We look at their varied editorial experiences, what they’ve each learned along with reflections of what they’d do differently next time. Along the way, we also take the time to explore their advice and tips for new scholars taking their first steps into authorship and editorial work.
In this episode recorded at the end of 2020 we are joined by Dr Schaper and Dr Cervelli, two scholars who’ve been working for the journal for the past year on a special issue. Reflecting on their experiences of involvement with Exchanges, the pair also discuss the background and motivations for the issue. Finally, they also share some advice for first-time academic authors. The related event and issue will be appearing, later in 2021.
This episode we are joined by one of the Institute of Advanced Study’s WIRL-COFUND research fellows, Isabelle Heyerick, from Warwick’s Department of Applied Linguistics. Isabelle talks about her research work and publishing experiences which relate to the ‘intersection of (applied) linguistics, intercultural studies and language ideologies’. Isabelle also takes time to explore some of the bumps on her publication learning journey, alongside some timely insights and advice for first time and early career authors.
Edit: A transcript of this episode is now available (with thanks to Isabelle)
This episode we are joined by Institute of Advanced Study Early Career Fellow, Dr Julia Gauly to talk about her research work and publishing experiences. Based at Warwick Medical School, Julia’s work focuses on evaluating sexual health information provision and, especially as a route to enhancing accessibility and public health, the impacts from increased its availability via local pharmacies. Julia also takes the time to share her own learning journey with respect to publishing, along with providing some words of advice for first time and other early career authors.
In this episode we take a brief look at the papers and themes in the Autumn 2020 issue of The Exchanges Journal (Volume 8.1, published October 2020). Alongside this, we also provide outline details of our next themed call for papers on the topic of ‘A.I. – Panic or Panacea’, the full details of which can be found on the Exchanges website: https://exchanges.warwick.ac.uk/index.php/exchanges/announcement/view/28
In this short episode we are pleased to be joined by Dr Mairi Gkikaki, from the University of Warwick, to talk about the recent paper she co-authored in the journal. Mairi talks a little about her own research background, before providing a spoken word version of the paper’s abstract, fleshing out some of the content and background in a little more detail. You can read the paper in Volume 7.3 of the Exchanges journal, or via the DOI https://doi.org/10.31273/eirj.v7i3.594.
In this episode we are delighted to be joined by one of Warwick’s WIRL-COFUND research fellows, Dr Ioana Vrabiescu, to talk about her current work in the realm of trans-national policing and targeting of Romanian citizens for deportation. We move on then to focus on Ioana’s publication experiences, including her current projects along with the good and bad moments she’s experienced along the way. The episode concludes with her advice for any early career researchers looking to publish their own work.
If you’ve ever thought about proposing a special issue of the Exchanges journal, then this is the episode for you. In it we talk through the areas which any proposer needs to think through, ahead of their initial conversations with the editor in chief. Reflecting back on our own recent editorial experiences, we propose five key areas that would benefit from preparatory thought and consideration, before we can say ‘Yes!’ and kick off yet another special issue project.
In this episode we take a walkthrough the articles in the latest (June 2020) issue of the Exchanges journal. Alongside highlighting their themes, the editor provides a personal take on what excited him most about each article. You can read the latest issue by following this link: https://doi.org/10.31273/eirj.v7i3 or searching for the Exchanges Journal at the University of Warwick
In this episode we talk to guest Pierre Botcherby, a doctoral researcher in History, about the Then and Now: Arts at Warwick Project. This project is currently collaborating with the Exchanges journal towards producing a future special issue featuring the related work of students and established researchers. Pierre talks about his own research background, and how this led him to interact with the project, as well as his hopes for the submissions for the issue.
Find out more on the project at: https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/applyingtostudy/currentstudents/thenandnow/
In this episode we look at some of the common author errors that lead to submitted manuscripts being declined by academic journals. After briefly examining why journals will decline work, the episode moves to consider some advice on how academic authors can avoid their manuscripts falling by the wayside. The episode is, as always, illustrated in the light of the experiences of the scholar-led, open access, Exchanges: The Interdisciplinary Research Journal.
In this second episode, we look at the kinds of articles that the Exchanges interdisciplinary journal considers for publication, along with some guidance about what to think when writing them. The episode also lightly explores the difference between our peer reviewed and non-reviewed works.
Welcome to the first podcast, focussing on the Exchanges: The Interdisciplinary Research Journal, a scholar-led title published by academics at the University of Warwick. In this first episode the managing Editor in Chief (Dr Gareth J Johnson) provides a brief introduction to the title, its mission and the kinds of material it publishes.