Editor in Residence
The UCLA Humanities Editor-in-Residence series, the brainchild of Professor Nina Eidsheim working closely with Barbara Van Nostrand, is designed to offer an opportunity for graduate students and faculty to gain familiarity and practical insights into the publishing process, writ large. The program has expanded to include Public Scholarship in addition to the Academic Press. The invited distinguished fellow will give a presentation/ panel open to the UCLA community before individual consultations with faculty and students from the divisions of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Center for the Study of Women | Streisand Center, the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, the UCLA Bixby Center on Population and Reproductive Health.
The UCLA Humanities Editor-in-Residence series is created to facilitate long-term relationships between UCLA and editors in the academic press arena and the general public, thus setting graduate students and faculty up for early publication successes. The UCLA Humanities-in-Residence recognizes that, to quote OUP editor Norman Hirschy, “authors and presses alike share a common goal and purpose: publish new scholarship well and with as broad of distribution as possible.”
How to Translate Your Work for a General Audience
Editor in Residence- Public Scholarship
Wednesday, February 28, 3pm, 2024
Lani Hall, Schoenberg Music Building, UCLA
Please join us for a panel on public scholarship, specifically on how to write for non-academic audiences. The 2023-24 UCLA Editor in Residence, Public Scholarship Fellow, Tom Lutz (Los Angeles Review of Books, Founding Editor) will be joined by Josh Kun (USC Vice Provost for the Arts), Leigh-Michil George and Summer Kim Lee to talk about their experiences as editors and authors.
A reception with the panelists follows the panel.
Please see The Association of American University Presses (AAUP) handbook for best practices for peer review here. “AAUP offers this handbook of Best Practices for Peer Review as a resource for member publishers, acquisitions editors both new and experienced, faculty editorial boards, scholarly authors and researchers, and new scholarly publishing programs.”