Publishing Arizona: Virtual Workshop

When: June 24, 2023, 10:00 a.m.

Where:  Online, register here

“Publishing Arizona: Academic Article and Book Publishing Workshop” will explain how to research, write, and publish on Arizona history. The program is open to anyone interested in publishing Arizona history with the University of Arizona Press and the Journal of Arizona History. Kristen Buckles, Editor-in-Chief of The University of Arizona Press, will speak about the Arizona History series and publishing with UA Press. Dr. David Turpie, Editor of the Journal of Arizona History, will talk about topics and how to submit a journal article. Dr. Lora Key will review the Arizona Historical Society Research Fellowship, and Arizona Historical Society librarians will offer research tips.

The workshop is perfect for graduate students, early career scholars, and independent historians.



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