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November 17, 2014 | Professor Marcus Haward, Editor of Australian Journal of Maritime and Ocean Affairs

What I wish I’d known when I first started editing a journal

A shared journey


Motivations for taking on editorial responsibilities vary, but a common element seems to be a desire to contribute to scholarship. Find out why Professor Marcus Haward took on the role of editor and if he’d have done it knowing what he knows now.
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