Date and time: Friday 2 July, 2-4pm (BST) on Zoom
Are you a PhD student or early career researcher (ECR) considering pitching a book proposal to a publisher or an article to a journal based on your research into film, television and/or media history? Or perhaps you might wish to disseminate your research ideas in a blog or review a book for a journal that relates to it?
If so, this ‘IAMHIST Online’ publication workshop offers you the opportunity to join senior commissioning editors from different publishing houses: Maryse Elliott (https://www.aup.nl/en/academic/discipline/film-media-and-communication), Rebecca Barden (https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/academic/academic-subjects/film-and-media/) and Matthew Frost (https://manchesteruniversitypress.co.uk/browse-by-subject/?category=MUP03), alongside Llewella Chapman (http://iamhist.net/category/iamhist-blog/ editor), Ciara Chambers and James Chapman (book reviews editor and editor of the http://iamhist.net/historical-journal-of-film-radio-television/) to discuss different avenues and ideas that you have for publishing your research.
For further details, and how to sign up to this free event, please visit: