Publishing Workshop with Gordon Hutner, Editor of American Literary History

Posted by: Hillary Corbett


Students in the humanities should consider attending this event on Thursday, January 27th. Even if you’re not an English major or grad student, if you’re considering a career in research and publishing in the humanities, I recommend hearing what Dr. Hutner will share about what goes into publishing a scholarly journal!

Here are the full details of the event, from the NU calendar:

440 Egan Research Center
Thursday, January 27, 2011, 12 – 1:15pm

Professor Gordon Hutner, a distinguished scholar of American literature and founding editor of the journal American Literary History, will be conducting a publication workshop to discuss how to publish work in a journal such as ALH. This is an incredible opportunity for students to meet an important figure in the field and to receive an inside view of the publication process.

Prof. Hutner will also deliver a talk the same afternoon as part of the Barrs Lecture Series. The talk is titled “The 21st Century American Novel: A History” and will be held at 5:30 p.m. in 340 Egan.

Please plan to attend both of these events, and come prepared for lively and valuable discussions.

Type of Event: Workshop/Training
Audience: Faculty/Staff, Students, Public
Cost: None
Sponsor: Department of English, Co-Sponsored by the Humanities Center
Contact Name: Department of English
Contact Phone: 617-373-4540
Contact Email: m.daigle@neu.edu
More info: www.english.neu.edu

Posted in: English and American Literature, Library News and Events, Scholarly Communications, Serendipity

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