The Encyclopedia of Women and American Popular Culture
Facts On File, a New York-based academic and reference publisher, is seeking contributing media studies and television scholars for a print and online reference work on the history of women in America popular culture from colonial times to the present. The project is aimed at the academic high school and undergraduate levels.
The encyclopedia will include articles from 1,000 to 2,500 words in length on individuals, organizations, themes, events, and ideas relevant to television and women.
We are seeking contributors for articles. All contributors will receive full authorial credit, a modest cash honorarium and/or copy of the full encyclopedia set (depending on contribution length and contributor preference).
If you are a Ph.D. candidate, professor, or independent scholar interested in contributing to this exciting and important reference project, we would be happy to email you a prospectus with a full description of the project—with deadline, compensation, and other pertinent information. Please contact Editor at email@example.com. Please write “TELEVISION CONTRIBUTOR” in the subject line of your email and attach your CV and a recent nonfiction writing sample, preferably a published book review or encyclopedia article.
If you cannot contribute, please feel free to notify other qualified scholars of this notice.
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