A REMINDER, due this Thursday, Sept 29th.
To Humanities Graduate Students (ATC), Recent Alumni, and Eligible Faculty:
I am writing to remind you about the invitation to apply for the UCLA Humanities Editor in Residence Series. To apply for this Fall 2016 individual meetings with Stanford University Press editor, Emily-Jane Cohen, please complete and submit an application by Thursday, September 29th, 2016.
This program is designed to offer an opportunity for graduate students and faculty to gain familiarity and practical insights into the monograph process. The invited Fellow will give a presentation on the book proposal process to the UCLA community before consulting with Humanities faculty and students. The public talk will take place on Thursday October 20th, 2016 from 10am-11am in Charles E. Young Research Library, Room 11360. Breakfast reception at 9:30am.
If you wish to apply for an individual meeting, please only do so if you are available on Thursday October 20th/ Friday October 21st as we need flexibility vis-a-vis scheduling. See the application and requirement guidelines below. Please send your application via email to Barbara Van Nostrand: firstname.lastname@example.org
All details can be found online and below: http://humanities.ucla.edu/events/editor-in-residence/apply/
Graduate students (ATC) and, recent alumni:
- Application: Complete PDF Application attached or online
- Brief project précis– one single-spaced page with a book description, followed by a page or two of outline with brief chapter summaries; rationale for why the book should be published with the given press. (If you note related books published by the press, please refer to books published within the last 5 years, maximum.)
- CV- abridged version (2 pages)
Requirements: Minimum 3 chapters of the dissertation should be completed; application should be accompanied by a faculty email confirming support of the student’s application; confirmation of applicant attendance at the talk, and must complete pre questionnaire.
- Application: PDF Application Attached or online
- Brief project précis – one single-spaced page with a book description, followed by a page or two of outline with brief chapter summaries; rationale for why the book would fit with the given press.(If you note related books published by the press, please refer to books published within the last 5 years, maximum.)
- CV– abridged version (2 pages)
Requirements: Early-Career Faculty: Lecturer and/or Assistant Professor, tenure- track, and currently without a book contract; confirmation of applicant attendance at the talk, must complete pre- and post-meeting questionnaires.
Professor of Musicology
Associate Dean for Career Mentoring and Opportunity, the Herb Alpert School of Music