Upcoming Interview: Transforming Academic Work Into “Brainy Non-Fiction”

We want to invite you to our upcoming interview on writing an academic book with popular appeal. Scholars such as Yuval Noah Harari and Jordan Peterson have broken barriers by transforming their academic works into compelling books that appeal to a large audience. How did they succeed in doing so?

Join senior editors Heather Gold of Yale University Press, Michael Watson of Cambridge University Press, and Richard Baggaley of Mcgill-Queen's University Press for a discussion on how to position your manuscript to shape public debate.

Together, we will explore:

You're invited: Symposium on the 19th Century Press, the Civil War, and Free Expression

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s twenty-ninth annual Symposium on the 19th Century Press, the Civil War, and Free Expression will be held Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, November 11–13, 2021. The purpose of the conference is to share current research and to develop a series of monographs on the 19th century press, the Civil War and the press, and 19th century concepts of free expression.

Call for Submissions: Military Responses to National Emergencies and Natural Disasters for the Journal of Advanced Military Studies

Call for submissions for the Spring 2022 issue of the Journal of Advanced Military Studies on topics related to the importance of the military in responding to national emergencies and natural disasters, including historical and contemporary examples.

Call for Submissions: Expeditions with MCUP

Marine Corps University Press is currently accepting submissions of scholarly articles to be published in its peer-reviewed digital journal, Expeditions with MCUP. This journal focuses on new and unique research into such topics as national security, international relations, foreign policy, military science, geopolitics, and innovation and technology.

Webinar - ‘Publishing Smart’: How to Position Your Publications to Further Your Career - July 28

Decisions you make about where and how to publish your work drive the impact that your research has in academia and beyond. By planning properly, the publishing decisions you make now can support and bolster your career trajectory in the years to come. 

I invite you to join us for a conversation with Anna-Lise Santella and Abby Gross, heads of acquisition at Oxford University Press, to explore how you can ‘publish smart’ to maximize the exposure, recognition, and influence you need to advance your career. 

July 28 at 2:30PM UK time/ 9:30AM EDT on Zoom.


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