The African American Studies Graduate Affairs workshops bring together Princeton University graduate students for programming related to mentoring, advising, and support in the academic professionalization process. Workshops in the past have ranged from discussions about finding success as a woman in the academy, to exploring common pitfalls in fellowship application processes. The workshops are offered as a means to cultivate a space in which students from all corners of the University can network, collaborate, and communicate with each other about research, course work, and professional goals. In short, this is a unit that affirms and celebrates interdisciplinary scholarship and coalition building in Princeton’s graduate community.
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Past Graduate Affairs Workshops
Spring 2016 | Publishing ‘Justice, Power, and Politics’: An Inside Look at a Cutting Edge Academic Series
Joshua Guild and Stephen Ward lead a conversation about the intellectual journeys and the process — the pitfalls and perils, surprises and satisfactions — of moving “from dissertation to book.” Ward’s editor, Brandon Proia of the Justice, Power, and Politics imprint of UNC Press, discusses his work with authors on developing their ideas and moving their writing through different stages of the academic publishing process.
- Stephen Ward, University of Michigan, author of In Love and Struggle: The Revolutionary Lives of James and Grace Lee Boggs
- Joshua Guild, associate professor of History and African American Studies at Princeton University
- Brandon Proia, editor, University of North Carolina Press, “Justice, Power, and Politics” series