Caucasus Research Resource Center-Armenia
Is pleased to invite you to a PUBLIC LECTURE on
WHEN, WHY, AND HOW
Conducted by Dr. ANNA OHANYAN
Richard B. Finnegan Distinguished Professor of Political Science and International Relations
Chair of the Department of Political Science and International Studies at Stonehill College
Easton, Massachusetts, USA
Friday, 22 July 2016, 11:00-12:30
Location: CRRC-Armenia office (1 Alex Manoogian Street, YSU Library building, 6th floor, room 602)
Overview: In an age of information societies, knowledge economies and fabricated news, the role of researchers and analysts has become particularly critical. Whether publishing in referred academic or policy journals, international outlets command larger audiences and better chances in shaping public discourse nationally, regionally and globally. This session will break down the processes, challenges and opportunities for publishing internationally. How to write a journal abstract? How to identify the right journal for one’s manuscript? How to navigate the review process? What are the trade-offs between publishing an academic article in a journal versus a book chapter? Why publish at all? How to determine if an idea is better suited for an academic journal or a book? What to do with a dissertation in terms of its publication? These are some of the questions the session will address. The session will be interactive, with questions from the audience highly encouraged.
Dr. Anna Ohanyan is the author of “Networked Regionalism as Conflict Management” (Stanford University Press: Stanford, CA, 2015) and “Network Mechanism of Post-Conflict Global Governance in Microfinance” (Palgrave Macmillan 2008). Her articles appeared in International Studies Review, Wilson Quarterly, Peace and Change, Conflict Resolution Quarterly and Global Society, among others. Prof. Ohanyan was awarded Fulbright Scholarship in 2012-2013. Prior to joining Stonehill College, she was a research fellow at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University (2002-2004). Over the years her research has been supported by the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (2007), German Marshall Fund (2010-2011), U.S. State Department/IREX (2011-2012), United Nations Foundation (1999), and Eurasia Foundation (2006), among others.
Prof. Ohanyan has also consulted for numerous organizations such as the United Nations Foundation, the World Bank, the National Intelligence Council Project, the U.S. Department of State, the Carter Center, and USAID. Her work has taken her across the globe, from Northern Ireland to the Balkans and the South Caucasus.
Target Audience: advanced graduate students and young researchers in the social sciences and humanities.
Registration: Kindly confirm your interest to attend to email@example.com before COB July 21.
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