You have written and successfully defended your dissertation. Now it is time to begin publishing your work. This webinar will walk you through the process of getting your dissertation ready for publication—whether you decide to shape it into a book manuscript or to break it into articles for submission to journals.
There is still time to register for the webinar, Publishing Your Dissertation Research, presented by Amy Benson Brown on July 23, 2014 at 3 p.m. EDT.
This webinar will guide you through the following steps to help you get your dissertation published:
- Targeting a Book Publisher
- Preparing the Book Proposal
- Understanding the Book Proposal Review Process
- Carving Up the Dissertation into Journal Articles
- Selecting a Journal
- Crafting and Submitting the Journal Article
- Waiting for the Peer Review
Register for the webinar
If you cannot attend at this date and time, you will receive an email within 24 hours after the webinar with links to download the recording and slideshow from the presentation. All registrants will receive this email.
Amy Benson Brown, Director of Academic Writing at Academic Coaching & Writing (ACW), has more than a decade of experience working with faculty members on book proposals and other academic writing projects. As Director of the Author Development Program at Emory University from 2002–2012, she worked with faculty in disciplines that range from Political Science to History, Theology, Medicine, Public Health, Nursing, Music, and Law. As a writing coach, Amy's approach is informed by both her own background as a teacher of writing and her own continuing practice as a writer. Her publications include a book of literary criticism that grew out of her dissertation, two edited collections, academic articles, science journalism, and, most recently, a book of poetry. Amy received her BA at the University of South Carolina, an MA in English Literature from Rutgers University, and a PhD in English Literature from Emory University.
For more information, please visit the ACW event web page.