Publishing for Early Career Authors

Thursday, 3 March 2016 - 12:00pm1:00pm

Kislak Center, Seminar 626, Penn Library, 3420 Walnut Street

Publishing for Early Career Authors

Jerry Singerman

Senior Humanities Editor
Penn Press

Jerry Singerman offers his seasoned perspective as senior humanities editor of a university press on how early career scholars can navigate the book publishing world. His talk includes tips on writing book proposals and transforming the dissertation into a scholarly monograph. Presented by Penn Library's Kislak Center and cosponsored by the Penn Humanities Forum. 

Open to Penn faculty and graduate students in the humanities and allied disciplines. Preregistration is required; to register, please email Michelle Moon at the Penn Humanities Forum, including your name and title/affiliation. Questions? Please call 215/898–8220.

 

 

 


Open to Penn faculty and graduate students. Pre-registration required.

Refreshments will be provided.