ECR Café, a pioneering initiative started by the Center for Nineteenth-Century Studies International, brings scholars and early career researchers together in conversation – learning, discussing, and exploring the limits of knowledge.
The first ECR Café highlights leading figures in the world of academic and research-driven publishing to discuss their experiences in the print and digital market, framing knowledge as a goal and finding the means of achieving it.
Interested in publishing in a journal? What about approaching a publisher with your monograph? We answer all your questions, from getting accepted to having your name on the cover!
Unlike other organizations – ECR Café is hosted entirely by Early Career Researchers and open to everyone – from Masters level to postdocs – interested in learning about publishing for the academic or job market. We organize events that cross physical and cultural borders, with members from across continents and career paths.
Join us this weekend to discuss, question, and learn about publishing, research, and other topics that are of interest to all!
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Program details are below.
Links will be sent a day before the event.
We are also hosting a Meet and Greet session for those who want to chat with us or know more about the Centre for Nineteenth-Century Studies International (CNCSI) and its Early Carer Committee. Meet us to learn about our organization, and the opportunities we provide for students, researchers, and scholars working broadly in Nineteenth-Century Studies and beyond.
Links will be sent a day before the event to only those who register.
Click here to register for the event! But come even if you haven’t found time to register. We welcome one and all.
Click here to register for the Meet and Greet! We will be in touch soon with the timing and the link.
30th September 2023, Saturday
Time: 3 PM GMT onwards
All sessions will be recorded
3:00 PM Introduction to CNCSI: Prof. Bennett Zon
3:10 PM Introduction to the ECR Committee: Dr. Sreemoyee Dasgupta
3:15 PM Discussion 1: Publishing your Book by Prof. Laura Lovett (Moderator: Dr. Sreemoyee Dasgupta)
(20 mins followed by 15 mins Q/A)
3:55 PM Discussion 2: Publishing in a Journal by Dr. Dara Downey (Moderator: Dr. Madeline Potter)
(20-mins followed by 15-mins Q/A).
4:35 PM Discussion 3: Public-Facing Research by Dr. Madeline Potter (Moderator: Pramantha Tagore)
(20-mins followed by 15 mins Q/A).
5:15 PM Closing Remarks: Pramantha Tagore