Within the scholarly publishing ecosystem, university presses play a unique role as mission driven, non-profit publishers dedicated to the dissemination of scholarly ideas and research. Generative collaboration with scholars as readers and authors is vital to the ongoing evolution and impact of university press publishing.
Join Princeton University Press Director Christie Henry for a discussion intended to illuminate the opportunities of working with university presses, including an overview of the university press community, the life cycle of the book, the peer review process, the evolution of book formats, and initiatives to expand equity and inclusivity.
Please bring questions and/or email Christie Henry in advance with any specific topics that you'd like her to cover: [email protected].
Wednesday, January 10, 2024
Louis A. Simpson International Building, Room 144
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Lunch will be served for in person attendees
Remote attendance by Zoom
Contact Karla Ewalt, Senior Associate Dean for Research, with any questions.