Getting Your Work Out There: Tips on Journal and Book Publishing

Graduate Affairs
October 26, 2015 4:30 PM
Stanhope 201
Graduate Affairs
October 26, 2015 4:30 PM
Stanhope 201
An African American Studies Graduate Workshop
Presenters:
Wendy Laura Belcher, Stacey Sinclair, Robert Lockhart (University of Pennsylvania Press), Tavia Nyong’o (New York University), and Joshua Guild

The panel/workshop will bring together faculty and editors to offer practical advice to graduate students at all stages about publishing both scholarly articles and book manuscripts.

Panelist Include:
Robert Lockhart – Senior editor in the University of Pennsylvania Press
Tavia Nyong’o – Associate Professor in the Department of Performance Studies, New York University
Stacey Sinclair – Associate Professor in Psychology and African American Studies, Princeton University
Wendy Belcher –Associate Professor in Comparative literature and African American Studies, Princeton University

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