11Q13 Posted October 23, 2013 Share Posted October 23, 2013 I currently have a paper under review at JECS. It passed the first round and I'm resubmitting the edited version. Trouble is, of course, that I won't know if it's been accepted or not until after the application deadlines. Would it be a bad idea to list the name of the title of the article in my CV under "publications" while making it explicit somehow that it is under review? Should I for example, just put "(under review)" before the title? after the title? Should I include or exclude the name of the journal? I've published 4 dictionary articles and given a couple papers previously so this wouldn't stand awkwardly alone under a publications and presentations heading, but it might still stand awkwardly alone given that I've not published in peer-reviewed journals before. Thoughts? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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