Welcome to Reinvention Journal’s blog!
This is a collaboration space where you can read about what goes on in the journal beyond its published papers. The editorial team posts about our published issues and authors, the behind the scenes of a research journal, what it means to be interdisciplinary and international, tips for publishing your research and much more. We hope you enjoy and remember that if you have any questions you can always get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org.
What do our published authors have to say about Reinvention?
Aliya Pal and Kai Foerster are two published authors from our Volume 15, Issue 2. Aliya wrote the guest article titled “Post-COVID Challenges for Incoming and Returning International Students” and Kai wrote one of the featured papers in this issue titled “Does Taxing Mobile Money Harm the Poor: Evidence From the 10 Per Cent Excise Fee Introduction in Kenya”. We asked them a few questions about their work and their experience with the journal, and here is what they had to say:
An Assistant Editor's Research Journey
Yit is a second-year PPE undergraduate student at the University of Warwick. He is very much involved in research both inside and outside of Reinvention as a Research Director of AMEU (Association of Malaysian Economics Undergraduates). He joined Reinvention in 2021. In this post, he tells us about his journey and his relationship with research, and the important part that this journal has played in it.
Insights from the editorial team: Working Remotely
Inés is a third-year undergraduate studying English and French at Warwick. She is our Marketing Coordinator as well as an assistant editor; therefore, she is behind all the social media and advertising work in addition to being part of the student editorial team which oversees the papers. She joined Reinvention in 2021. In this post, she tells us about her experience working remotely as part of Reinvention’s team, and the advantages and disadvantages that this type of work can entail.
Interview with Alba Alonso
Alba Alonso Palombi is a Warwick English and Creative Writing alumna who collaborated alongside staff and fellow students writing for Reinvention Journal’s special issue “Reeling and Writhing.” She is currently studying a Publishing MA at UAL and working as a Rights Assistant at Nosy Crow. The Reinvention team thought she would be the perfect person to ask about her experience working and publishing with the journal, from the perspective of a student and someone external to the editorial team.
Unity in a time of separation
I am thrilled to share the publication of our second volume of Issue 13 of Reinvention: Vol 13 issue 2 published on the 31st October 2020. It’s been a challenging six months since the last edition (13.1) and I feel like it’s important not to take for granted the fact that we’ve been able to pull the issue together despite the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reinvention volume 15 issue 1Link opens in a new window
Special Issue | Reeling and Writhing: Intertextuality and MythLink opens in a new window
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