More wonderful news this week.
I heard last night that I’ve had my first paper accepted for publication in the journal Mobilities. The article is titled ‘Jography: Exploring Meanings, Experiences, and Spatialities of Road-Running’ and is a revised version of my undergraduate dissertation. I worked on this with some colleagues at Plymouth (where I did the dissertation) – Jon Shaw and Paul Simpson. It was great to work with them on this as I respect/admire them both hugely and it was good to see how to go about crafting an article. I can’t wait to see it published but I will have to for a little while – the journal has a large backlog of articles to publish so, at the earliest, it will be online in late 2015.
But it’s on its way and I’m really chuffed.
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From a PhD student, Uni of Melbourne, who hasn’t published yet 😉
Thanks so much Pippa! It’s been in the system a while so I’m thrilled and you will be too when your first paper is accepted! What do you work on?
A very big congrats! How does it feel to have something you’ve crafted actually published in real print? I’d be absolutely excited! Again congratulations! You must super excited 🙂