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Publishing and marketing your scholarly book

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Tuesday, June 2, 2015, 13:00 - 14:30

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Congress Hub - East Expo Event Space

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Publishing a scholarly book is a critical career achievement for scholars in the humanities and social sciences, and is often required for tenure and promotion. Come and hear from acquiring editors and marketing specialists from some of Canada’s top scholarly presses, who will offer their valuable advice for getting your book published and into bookstores, libraries and classrooms. You’ll also hear about funding opportunities for scholarly books in Canada.

Panelists include: 

Mark Abley, Acquisitions Editor, McGill-Queen’s University Press
Emily Andrew, Senior Editor, UBC Press
Jessica Clark, ASPP Coordinator, Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences
Bruce Walsh, Director and Publisher, University of Regina Press

This workshop will take place in English.

La publication d’un ouvrage savant marque une étape décisive dans la réussite professionnelle des chercheurs en sciences humaines et est souvent un préalable à la titularisation ou à l’avancement dans la carrière. Venez entendre le point de vue des éditeurs acquéreurs et des spécialistes du marketing de quelques unes des plus importantes presses savantes canadiennes qui prodigueront leurs précieux conseils pour que votre livre soit publié et diffusé dans les librairies, les bibliothèques et les salles de classe. Vous pourrez également en apprendre davantage sur les possibilités de financement des livres savants au Canada.

Cet atelier sera présenté en anglais.

Les panélistes présents :

Mark Abley, Rédacteur, McGill-Queen’s University Press
Emily Andrew, Rédactrice, UBC Press
Jessica Clark, Coordonnatrice du PAES, Fédération des sciences humaines
Bruce Walsh, Directeur et éditeur, University of Regina Press

 

 

Career Corner is brought to you by:

University Affairs

University of Ottawa

Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences

Career Corner

Career Corner is a professional development workshop series where everyone from graduate students to established faculty members can learn how to advance their academic careers, publish and market their research, improve their lesson planning and teaching skills and find out about careers outside of academia.

The workshops are free and open to all Congress attendees.

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