Book Publishing for Historians of Education - H-Education Online Guest Discussion
Book Publishing for Historians of Education -- an online guest discussion -- will be hosted by H-Education from Tuesday May 30th to Thursday June 1st, 2006. Publishing a book in educational history can be a mysterious process. How does it work from the perspective of different authors and editors? And what advice can you offer to prospective authors seeking to navigate their way through it? Be prepared to email your questions (to firstname.lastname@example.org) for the panelists and to share your own perspectives during this special 3-day virtual discussion. Listmembers will receive discussion messages automatically; free memberships and discussion transcripts available from www.h-net.org/~educ (under "subscribe!" and "discussion logs", respectively).
- Carlos Blanton, Department of History at Texas A&M, and author of The Strange Career of Bilingual Education in Texas, 1836-1981 (Texas A&M Press, 2004)
- Amanda Johnson, Acquisition Editor at Palgrave Macmillan
- Alan Sadovnik, Rutgers University-Newark, and Susan Semel, City College of New York, co-editors of the History of Schools and Schooling Series at Peter Lang Publishing Group
- Kim Tolley, School of Education and Leadership at Notre Dame de Namur University, California, and author of The Science Education of American Girls: A Historical Perspective (Routledge 2003), co-editor of Chartered Schools (Routledge 2002), and editor of Transformations in Schooling: Historical and Comparative Perspectives (Palgrave Macmillan, in press).
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