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GW Ethics in Publishing Conference 2024 — Call for Presentations

The 14th GW Ethics in Publishing Conference will be held as a hybrid event on Thursday, October 10, 2024, at the City View Room, GW’s Foggy Bottom Campus, and online.

The theme of the 2024 conference is “Integrity in a Time of Change.” We seek conference presentations from (and for) publishing, library, and scholarly communication professionals, scholars, faculty, and students. Suggested topics include but are not limited to publishing equity in workplace and practice; the impact of diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility efforts; Artificial Intelligence (AI) and research integrity; salaries/compensation transparency/openness; publishing and press sustainability; multilingualism; accessibility; diversity, equity & inclusion; inclusive practices in language editing and design; community-centered peer review practices; and more.

Alumni and current students in the GW Publishing program are invited to present their Ethics in Publishing Capstone projects or other research. Students and alumni of other graduate and undergraduate publishing programs are likewise invited to submit a proposal to share their research.

Please see the Call for Presentations; presentation proposals will be accepted until May 15, 2024.

The GW Ethics in Publishing conference is organized by the Graduate Program in Publishing, College of Professional Studies, George Washington University. The conference features presentations from (and for) publishing and library professionals, scholars, faculty, and students.

The 14th Ethics in Publishing Conference co-organizers are Puja Telikicherla, Licensing & Subsidiary Rights Manager, American Psychiatric Association Publishing and Adjunct Professor at George Washington University, and John W. Warren, Director and Associate Professor at George Washington University’s Graduate Program in Publishing.

Conference Co-Sponsors:

Presenters at the Ethics in Publishing Conference are encouraged, but are not obligated, to submit a paper to the GW Journal of Ethics in Publishing (GWJEP). See the journal’s call for papers and instructions for authors.

Attendance to the conference is free-of-charge, in-person and virtual, and open to all. A link for attendees to RSVP to the conference will be available soon.

Submit your Presentation Proposal by May 15th!

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