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10 Rules of Thumb for Op-Ed Writing (D. Johnson)

Posted By Lynne Tirrell, Monday, May 23, 2016

 Want to write philosophical op-eds but not sure how to get started? Check out this post from David Johnson, on the APA Blog.

The APA Committee on Public Philosophy sponsored an amazing session on Writing for the Public, called "Philosophy Meets Journalism" at the Central APA in Chicago this year, and following up on his presentation there, David V. Johnson has written up his top 10 rules as a blog post on the APA blog.

I am hoping that we can add other posts like his to add to the professional development efforts we are making!  The session also included Ron Feemster, a journalist (Columbia) who studied History & Philosophy of Science doctoral program at Pitt, Jason Stanley (Yale), and Myisha Cherry, blogger and grad student (at UIC). 

Thanks so much David, for joining us at the APA and writing this helpful post.

Check it out!

http://blog.apaonline.org/2016/05/23/ten-rules-of-thumb-for-op-ed-writing/

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