Do you have questions about a “revise and resubmit” decision from an academic journal?
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WEHN's Revise and Resubmit Initiative is geared towards helping women get their work published, overcoming hurdles in the article publishing process, connecting scholars across subfields and genres, and increasing representation of women in academic journals. To learn more about gender disparities in publishing, check out out work on tracking publication rates.
Here are some useful blog posts with advice about the often-daunting revise and resubmit process:
1. Vitae User: https://community.chronicle.com/news/912-from-the-journal-editor-s-vantage-point
2. Karen Kelskey: https://community.chronicle.com/news/889-should-you-skip-revise-and-resubmit
3. Jude Mikal: www.insidehighered.com/advice/2021/01/12/advice-remaining-true-your-intent-when-revising-and-resubmitting-manuscripts