By Justin Caouette
This post is somewhat related to the last couple of posts by Marcus regarding the CV (see here and here) and it's also related to the job market bootcamp that he and Helen run) but it's a bit narrow which is why I thought a new post would be apt.
I've been curious about when to put certain publications on the dossier, so, any advice from the community at large will be helpful here.
I have been commissioned to write a total of 5 book chapters over the next year. Some of them I have already signed contracts for while others I have not (just waiting on the paperwork). For some of these chapters I have written extensive abstracts while others I have written no abstract at all. And still others I have completed drafts and have even discussed the content and made changes in light of comments from fellow philosophers and in one case an editor. Okay, so here's my question: when do I put these papers on the CV? Here are the options I have considered and I have ended up endorsing one of them (option 2) , but I'm not so sure this is the best practice, so, let me know if I have done the right thing, or, if another option, one not considered here, seems a bit better.