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Thanks Keenbean! Good luck with your viva, fingers crossed!
I'm in the humanities, but I guess it's more or less the same as for you. Even though we don't have an official impact factor list of journals, it is still quite clear what the good and the not so good journals are in one's field. I think I'd better start thinking about what I want to review (my sup gave me a two page list and told me to pick a couple...).
Thanks again! :-)
I know that if one wants an academic career then publishing is really important. According to my supervisor in the first year or two of my PhD I should maybe try and send in a couple of reviews to journals, and try and publish one or two articles at the beginning of the third year (possibly end of the second year).
My question is: how much do reviews count when you apply for post-docs, fellowships etc?
What I really don't get is, why the postgradforum needs its users to tweet or facebook share threads/posts. It's an anonymous forum...
(Btw, I'm really not against twitter and facebook, but I'm against having it shoved into my face where it's really not needed. Anyone any thoughts on this?)
Does anyone has access to the European Review?
A friend of mine needs this article, and neither of us has access.
The article is:
Halas, Elzbieta. 2002. “Symbolic Politics of Public Time and Collective Memory: The Polish Case”. European Review 10, pp. 115–129.
Thanks in advance! :-)
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