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Mentorship Program: Supporting SIG Members in Their Publications

We are hosting a mentoring scheme for Bourdieu in Educational Research SIG Members who are starting out in academia and looking to contribute to sociology of education.The aim of this scheme is to promote dialogue around Bourdieusian issues with writing and publication.It would also create additional opportunities for collaboration and strengthen networks among researchers early in the careers.

This mentorship program is designed to help PhD students and early career researchers improve their writing skills and publication output through personalized mentorship. First, will be a 90-minute Writing Workshop (over Zoom) held in December which would be led by the SIG conveners and have tips in terms of academic writing, editing, journal recommendations.After the workshop, we would then provide one-to-one feedback on a draft of a journal article.

This opportunity is open to members of the Bourdieu in Educational Research SIG for AERA.To apply please submit one paragraph (250 words) detailing your topic of interest, publishing experience and how you think the workshop and one-to-one help will assist you ( by December 1st 2020.It is expected the author should be working on a sole-authored publication during the workshop.