Wayne State University Press Publishing Symposium
Join Wayne State University Press on Friday, April 9, from 10am to 2pm EST to learn about book and journal publishing!
These presentations will provide information to the Wayne State community about the book and journal publishing process in humanities and social sciences. This is a valuable opportunity for early career faculty, graduate students, writers from throughout the community, all who are curious to learn about publishing and want to interact with press staff.
The symposium is free and open to the public.
Register now here!
10:00am Welcome and Introduction
10:15am From Proposal to Publication to “Paid”: A Tour of the Publishing Process
11:15am Breakout Sessions
Room 1: Why Publish?
– Annie Martin, moderator + esteemed guests
Room 2: What You Need to Know About Humanities and Social Science Journals
– Julie Warheit, moderator + esteemed guests
Room 3: Publishing Careers for Humanities and Social Sciences graduates
– Stephanie Williams, moderator + esteemed guests
12:30pm Welcome to Our Boutique: creative work and trade books at university presses, including discussion of diversity and inclusion
– Stephanie Williams, moderator | Annie Martin, Emily Nowak
Questions or concerns?
Email Emily Nowak at enowak(at)wayne(dot)edu