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April 11, 2018 | Dr Maureen Perkins, Editor of Life Writing

What I learned at the Australian Scholarly Summit

Dr Maureen Perkins reflects on our recent event

From journal development ideas to increasing journal impact, Dr Maureen Perkins, Editor of Life Writing, reflects on what she learned at our recent Scholarly Summit in Australia.
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