Publishing Options: Meet the Editors, 5/2



The Graduate Consortium in Women's Studies invites you to:
Publishing Options: Meet the Editors
Tuesday, May 5th, 2-3:30 PM
MIT Campus, Building E51-095
The GCWS’ Faculty Development committee welcomes you to a Conversation on Publishing Options. We are very fortunate to have editors from Beacon, Harvard, and MIT Presses, whose specific acquisition interests include religion, classics, immigration, and science and technology, and whose presses are highly regarded for both scholarly monographs and trade books in a range of fields. Whether we are at the mid-career level or trying to figure out how to turn that dissertation into a book, this will be a wonderful opportunity for all of us. We look forward to seeing you there.
Marguerite Avery is Acquiring Editor in Information Science and Science, Technology, and Society at The MIT Press. She has pursued graduate work in gender history and will complete her Masters of Library and Information Science this May.
Joanna Green is an Editorial Assistant at Beacon Press, a nonprofit and independent book publisher of serious nonfiction, and the Criticism Editor for Fringe Magazine. She holds an MA in English Literature from the University of Massachusetts Boston and a BA in English and Women's Studies from the University of Minnesota.
Sharmila Sen is the editor for the humanities at Harvard University Press. She commissions and acquires books on religion and classics, among other subjects, written for scholarly, as well as general intellectual audiences. Sharmila received her AB from Harvard, her PhD from Yale, and taught as an assistant professor of English at Harvard for 7 years before being appointed as editor at HUP.
Directions for E51-095:
To get to building E51 by T, take the red line to Kendall Square. Look for the intersection of Hayward Street and Main Street. Walk one block down Hayward until it intersects with Amherst Street. Take a left on Amherst and walk down until you see a parking lot and building on your right. This is building E51. Walk up a ramp to the entrance. Walk down the stairs to the ground floor and take a right. Room 095 will be at the end of the hall on your left.

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