We are accepting members for our second Graduate Writing Workshop cohort!
Are you a Ph.D. Student writing intelligence history?
Have you finished your comprehensive exams?
Are you looking to get your first or second article published?
Do you need some structure around your writing program?
Would you like to connect with other graduate students also working, in some way, on intelligence history?
Our Workshop is designed for you will have an article ready for submission to a leading journal as well as a new community of young scholars and contacts of senior exports
Our Writing Group Goals
Offer a writing accountability platform
Hear directly from editors of leading journals and other guest speakers related to publishing in the field of Intelligence Studies
Provide a small, friendly group where you can present a first draft of an article in a collegial setting
Collaborate in identifying to which journal you should submit your work
Opportunity to present your article at a NASIH brown bag with a leading scholar in your field chairing the session.
Understand, step-by-step, the publishing and peer-review process
Previous guest speakers include:
Petra Goedde, editor of Diplomatic History
Jan Goldman, editor of International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence
Diane Lambrosse, editor of H-Diplo
Joe Maiolo, editor of Journal of Strategic Studies
Stephen Marrin, Intelligence and National Security
Register for our next Cohort by
February 1, 2023
Instructions: Send your CV to the Cohort Supervisor Eleanor Williams by clicking here.
Space for the 2023 cohort is limited. Registration is on a first come first serve basis.
Open to all ABD PhD students regardless of location. The working language of the group is English.
Please note: If accepted, you may be required to join NASIH to participate in the group. There are discounted memberships for graduate students. Review our membership packages here.
Featured Members of Previous Cohorts