Marina Bykova’s Workshop “How to Publish an Academic Article in a Foreign Journal?”
On December 9, 2019, a workshop of professor of philosophy at the University of North Carolina M.F Bykova was held as part of the seminar "West and East: Universalism of Culture" of the IL for the Study of Russian and European Intellectual Dialogue and the research seminar "Philosophical Anthropology"
Marina F. Bykova is the editor-in-chief of two reputable international journals: Studies in East European Thought (published by Springer) and Russian Studies in Philosophy (published by Routledge), and professor of philosophy at the University of North Carolina (USA).
At the workshop, professor shared her experience in publishing research papers in the West, made recommendations regarding the preparation of manuscripts for publication, and also talked about the procedure for reviewing manuscripts after they were submitted to the journal. The master class discussed the structure of scientific articles and important ethical norms and principles, the observance of which is mandatory when carrying out research and preparing publications. In addition, the basic requirements for manuscripts submitted to foreign journals indexed in Web of Science and Scopus were described.
The moderator of the event was Olga Anatolyevna Zhukova, professor at the School of Philosophy, deputy head of the IL for the study of Russian and European intellectual dialogue.
In the near future, a video of the lecture will be available on our website.