Co-authoring in Academic Research – from quarter-baked intuition to publication

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LawPod
Authors

Ciarán O’Kelly

Ciara Hackett

Harry Van Buren

Published

November 3, 2022

A link to the podcast is here.

I speak with colleagues Dr Ciara Hackett (QUB School of Law) and Prof Harry Van Buren (the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and Honorary Professor, QUB School of Law) about co-authoring in academic research.

We cover co-authoring and collaboration not only as a productivity ‘tool’ but, combined with patience (and the right people) as a way to make scholarly communities more enjoyable and kinder places to be.

Citation

BibTeX citation:
@misc{o'kelly2022,
  author = {Ciarán O’Kelly and Ciara Hackett and Harry Van Buren},
  title = {Co-Authoring in {Academic} {Research} – from Quarter-Baked
    Intuition to Publication},
  date = {2022-11-03},
  url = {https://lawpod.org/podcast/co-authoring-in-academic-research-from-quarter-baked-intuition-to-publication/},
  langid = {en}
}
For attribution, please cite this work as:
Ciarán O’Kelly, Ciara Hackett, and Harry Van Buren. 2022. “Co-Authoring in Academic Research – from Quarter-Baked Intuition to Publication.” QUB LawPod. https://lawpod.org/podcast/co-authoring-in-academic-research-from-quarter-baked-intuition-to-publication/.