Attention all Graduate Students in the Humanities (from year one of the M.A. to the final year of the PhD):
The Romanticist Reading Group of NYU’s English Department presents “From Paper to Publication” this Friday,October 21 from 3- 5 pm at 19 University Place, Room 222.
Bill Germano (former VP at Routledge/ Editor at Columbia University Press) and our very own Cliff Siskin (Co-Editor, Palgrave Studies) will discuss the many tips and insights to get your paper to the next, published level. Germano’s books will be sold at a 40 % discount courtesy of UChicago Press (See below).
All fields in the Humanities are welcome! Information is pertinent for all graduate students ranging from year one of the M.A. up to the final year of the PhD!
Wine and other refreshments will be served.
Friday, October 21
3 – 5 pm
Room 222 (19 University Place).
Dean and Professor of English at The Cooper Union, William Germano is the author of Getting it Published: A Guide for Scholars and Anyone Else Serious About Serious Books and From Dissertation to Book. He served as editor at Routledge and has worked with numerous prominent scholar including Peter Galison, Jacques Derrida, Gilles Deleuze, Raymond Williams, and Stephen Greenblatt.
In addition to publishing numerous books and articles, Professor Siskin is co-editor, with Anne Mellor, of the Palgrave-Macmillan monograph series in “Enlightenment, Romanticism and the Cultures of Print.” His subject is the interrelations of literary, social, and technological change, with a particular emphasis on print culture: both its historical formation and its current remediation in the face of the electronic and the digital.
****Both of William Germano’s Books will be sold at a 40% discount courtesy of University of Chicago Press****