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Apply to the Metropolitics Summer Writing Program

In this remote writing workshop, to be held during June 2021, graduate students interested in publishing accessible scholarship on cities and urban politics will learn, with the editorial board of Metropolitics and in small groups with individual and peer mentorship, the ins and outs of academic publishing aimed at a public audience.

The goal is for each student to produce a 1,500‑word piece, based on recent scholarship (such as a term paper, doctoral research paper, master’s thesis, or memo) for serious consideration in Metropolitics.

The program is organized and run by the Metropolitics editorial board and funded by the University of Toronto School of Cities and Graduate Studies at the University of Toronto Missisauga.

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