Faculty Research Forum: Scholarship and Publishing

Publication and dissemination of ideas, whether in the form of books or journal articles, is tied to the evolving world of academic publishing. Learn more about trends in academic publishing, including open access publishing, preprint servers and copyright protection. Explore the research and publishing lifecycle through the eyes of a University Press, and the experience of faculty with recent publications. Find out what subvention resources are available at Princeton when it is time to publish your next book.  

  • Copyright and retaining author rights
  • Princeton’s open access policy
  • Obtaining permissions
  • Publication subvention resources
  • Princeton University Press 


Combined Session

Moderator: Karla Ewalt, Associate Dean for Research

Additional participants:

  • Elizabeth Adams, Director, Office of Research and Project Administration
  • Wendy Belcher, Professor of Comparative Literature and African American Studies
  • Coleen Burrus, Director, Corporate Engagement and Foundation Relations
  • Kelly Freidenfelds, Senior Associate Director, Corporate Engagement and  Foundation Relations
  • Christie Henry, Director, Princeton University Press
  • Michael Hodges, Associate Director, Corporate Engagement and Foundation Relations
  • Maureen Killeen, Manager for Finance and Administration, Art and Archaeology
  • Yuan Li, Scolarly Communications Librarian
  • Scott McGoldrick, Associate Dean for Finance, Office of the Dean of the Faculty
  • Maureen Thompson-Siegel, Senior Grant and Contract Administrator, Office of Research and Project Administration
  • Anu Vendanthan, Assistant University Librarian for Research Services