GETTING YOUR PAPERS READ ON ACADEMIA.EDU via ORTHODOXY IN DIALOGUE

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If you post a paper of interest to a mainly Orthodox audience on academia.edu, Orthodoxy in Dialogue may help draw new readers to your work.

You need not be Orthodox to participate so long as your paper has significant relevance to Orthodox Christianity.

Of course, your paper need not agree with anything that Orthodoxy in Dialogue has already published.

  1. Send the first 1000 or so words of your paper as a Word document to editors@orthodoxyindialogue.com.
  2. Include the link to the PDF of the full text on your academia.edu page in the body of your email.
  3. Include your bio in the body of the email. This should consist especially of your academic and professional credentials.
  4. Finally, attach a head shot of yourself such as would appear on a faculty profile. This is how we will illustrate your article for this series.

We will publish the first 1000 or so words of your paper, followed by “Click here to continue reading” on your academia.edu page.

We will accept only one paper per author in any 4-month period. Be sure to select the one which you consider most important to publicize. Your readers will see your other titles once they have gone to your academia.edu page. 

Your paper will be listed under your name in both our regular Archives and on the Academic Papers page in our menu.

This may provide a good way for new, young scholars to begin bringing their name and work to the attention of their senior colleagues and peers. 

Orthodoxy in Dialogue seeks to promote the free exchange of ideas by offering a wide range of perspectives on an unlimited variety of topics. Our decision to publish implies neither our agreement nor disagreement with an author, in whole or in part.
Join the conversation on Facebook and/or Twitter, or in an article of your own or a letter to the editors.
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