28 November, 2022, 1–2 pm EST (online)
Organized by the SAH Minority Scholars Affiliate Group
How can you get your first book published? How do you transform your thesis into a book? What makes your book successful? And how do you navigate the often confusing and daunting world of academic book publishing? As part of a larger “How to ... “series, this information session will provide emerging scholars from equity deserving groups with insights into the world of publishing.
Participants will learn:
- Tips and Tricks for crafting book proposals
- What the process looks like from inquiry to print
- What criteria book publishers use for selecting book projects
- Editor in Chief
- McGill-Queen's University Press
Eleanor (Ellie) H. Goodman, Ph.D.
- Executive Editor
- Penn State University Press
Madhuri Desai, Ph.D.
- Associate Professor of Art History and Asian Studies
- Department of Art History
- The Pennsylvania State University
Ipek Türeli, Ph.D.
- Associate Professor
- Canada Research Chair in Architectures of Spatial Justice
- Peter Guo-hua Fu School of Architecture
- McGill University
The information session will include a panel of two speakers who will provide key strategies for getting your first book published, followed by a Q&A session. The event will be on zoom on Monday, November 28th, from 1-2 pm (EST).
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