Book Publishing Panel

Want to publish a book in the humanities, but unsure of how to start?

Please join us for a discussion and light refreshments

The panelists will each speak for 10 minutes about their experiences in academic publishing, and then will answer your questions, especially about pitching and developing a successful book proposal

Panelists

Michael Egan, Associate Professor of History at McMaster University and editor of “History for a Sustainable Future,” a new book series published by the MIT Press, which solicits short monographs on the history of contemporary environmental problems

Bruce Austin, Professor of Communication at RIT and director of the RIT Press, which publishes titles for niche academic audiences, trade editions for mass-market audiences, books of regional interest, and limited editions with unique aesthetic standards

Christine Keiner, Associate Professor of STS and History at RIT and author of an award-winning book that evolved over many years from a dissertation and a book proposal developed with the help of an RIT-sponsored publishing panel 


Contact
Christine Keiner


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Event Snapshot
When and Where
Thursday, February 7, 2019
12:30 PM-2:00 PM
Liberal Arts Hall
Room/Location:
McKenzie Commons
Who

This is an RIT Only Event

Interpreter Requested

No