Working on a book project? What I wish I knew… – Apr. 27, 2021
April 27, 2021 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
This session will explore lessons learned from humanities and interpretive social scientists who have recently published their first monograph.
The researchers will share their lived experiences, insights, advice and tips on how they overcame some of their challenges.
While this event is focused on the experiences of humanities and interpretive social science scholars, anyone in the University of Toronto community interested in academic monograph publishing can learn from the collective wisdom presented in this panel.
Session Moderator: Prof. Alison Keith, Dept. of Classics; Director, Jackman Humanities Institute
- Anjuli Raza Kolb, Associate Professor, Dept. of English (UTM)
- Katie Kilroy-Marac, Associate Professor, Dept. of Anthropology (UTSC)
- Funké Aladejebi, Assistant Professor, Dept. of History (UTSG)
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
- Identify common researcher/author challenges in the book publication process
- Employ strategies to mitigate challenges arising during the book publication process
- Identify the key steps required to move forward towards the publication of a monograph
Here are some additional resources to support publishing at UofT:
- Scholarly Communications & Copyright Office through UofT Libraries:
Here are the Panelists' Book Proposals (PDFs):
- Prof. Anjuli Raza Kolb's book proposal
- Prof. Katie Kilroy-Marac's book proposal
- Prof. Funké Aladejebi's book proposal
For link to the webinar recording (requires UTORid): Click here