Join us for a series of workshops this fall to help students and faculty navigate the complexities of academic publishing. Taught by copyright experts, librarians with advanced degrees in a range of disciplines, and university press acquiring editors, these sessions will demystify the process of finishing your dissertation, transforming it into a book, and publishing books and articles in a variety of academic areas. Use the links below to register.
Copyright and Your Dissertation
Wednesday, 10/1, 2:00 pm-3:00 pm
If you’ll be reproducing previously published images, text, data, and other material in your dissertation, or plan to publish portions of your dissertation, this session will help you understand how copyright law might impact your own work.
From Dissertation to Book
Tuesday, 10/28, 3:00 pm-4:00 pm
In the humanities and social sciences, publishing books often plays an important role in the tenure and promotion process. Hear from university press editors about what to expect when adapting your dissertation into a “first book.”
Introduction to Publishing in the Sciences
Wednesday, 10/29, 3:00 pm-4:30 pm
An introduction to academic publishing with a focus on practices in the sciences.
Introduction to Publishing in the Social Sciences
Wednesday, 11/12, 3:00 pm-4:00 pm
An introduction to academic publishing with a focus on practices in the social sciences.
Introduction to Publishing in the Humanities
Thursday, 11/13, 3:00 pm-4:00 pm
An introduction to academic publishing with a focus on practices in the humanities.