#AskDrEditor: Integrating non-English words into academic writing

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My editing advice column, Ask Dr. Editor, is now available through UniversityAffairs.ca. This Ask Dr. Editor column goes against my usual advice to keep it simple in favour of politicizing your text and risking making some of your readers a little uncomfortable: “Integrating non-English words into academic writing: The political and persuasive significance of being intentionally hard to understand.”

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#AskDrEditor: How to publish compelling, collaboratively written journal articles

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My editing advice column, Ask Dr. Editor, is now available through UniversityAffairs.ca. The eighth Ask Dr. Editor column digs into best practices for collaborative publishing: how to share a single authorial voice, to incorporate an innovate structure, to communicate with your editor, and to fight the goddamned patriarchy: “Authoring together: How to publish compelling, collaboratively written journal articles.”

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#AskDrEditor: Borrowing fresh eyes for your academic writing

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My editing advice column, Ask Dr. Editor, is now available through UniversityAffairs.ca. The seventh Ask Dr. Editor column describes how to use three of my favourite free online algorithms to support your editing processes: “Borrowing Fresh Eyes for Your Academic Writing.”

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#AskDrEditor: How to craft an organizational structure for your research article

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My editing advice column, Ask Dr. Editor, is now available through UniversityAffairs.ca. The fifth Ask Dr. Editor column investigates how visualization strategies can help you to determine the shape that best fits your argument: “How to craft an organizational structure for your research article.”

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#AskDrEditor: How to write a statement of teaching philosophy that shines

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My editing advice column, Ask Dr. Editor, is now available through UniversityAffairs.ca. The fourth Ask Dr. Editor question comes from a sociologist who wants to learn some strategies she can draw on when drafting her statement of teaching philosophy.

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