This workshop is intended to demystify the process of scholarly publishing. Panelists will describe the many differences between publishing scholarly books and articles, and learn tips and best practices.
- Kimberly Guinta is Editorial Director at Rutgers University Press. Her acquisitions are in the fields of Caribbean Studies, Anthropology, Aging Studies, and Women’s and Gender Studies.
- Angelique Haugerud is Professor of Anthropology at Rutgers-New Brunswick. She has served as Editor-in-Chief of two scholarly journals, American Ethnologist and Africa Today. She has also published in a wide range of formats, from academic monographs to Huffington Post articles.
- Peter Mickulas is Executive Editor at Rutgers University Press. He acquires texts in Regional Studies, the Social Sciences, the Environment, Criminology, and for the Critical Issues in Health and Medicine Series.
Time and location
10.30 am - 12 noon
ONLINE. BY REGISTRATION ONLY.
The Rutgers Public Engagement Project is run by the Institute for Research on Women