This is a well-established and popular annual workshop for Doctoral and Early Career Researchers. The aim of this ‘hands-on’ session is to enable ECRs to successfully transform part of their research into a paper and prepare for high quality conferences such as the BAM 2022 as well as build a strong basis for future publications.

Within a safe environment,  participants will be able to experiment with their writing style, receive feedback from well-renowned academics to improve and develop their conference paper.


Who Should Attend?

Postgraduate (PhDs and DBAs) as well as Early Career Researchers aiming to submit a full or developmental paper to high quality conferences such as the BAM 2022 Conference.


Benefits of Attendance
  • Developing a convincing argument for your paper
  • Learn how to demonstrate the contribution of your work within the field
  • Network opportunities with leading scholars


Paper Submission Details

Participants are encouraged to submit a draft of their working paper in order to receive more tailored feedback during group discussions.

The draft could take any form from one-page, bullet-point document to an extended abstract of 600 words (excluding references). Whichever the format, please, make sure that the word count is up to 600 words -otherwise, the paper will not be allocated.

Please submit your paper by filling in the following form, paper submission form by 12.00 on 5 January



Prof Emma Parry (Chair)

Prof Mat Hughes

Prof Helen Shipton

Prof Maria Emmanouela Plakoyiannaki



For specific information about this event please contact the workshop facilitator(s): Professor Emma Parry, [email protected]

For general enquiries please contact the BAM Office at [email protected]  

Event Fee 

BAM Members fee: £25



This workshop is offered only to BAM Members!

Log into your account and proceed with the registration for the event by pressing the “register now” button on the top right side of the workshop page.

Contact us via e-mail at [email protected] should you have any queries.