This workshop is intended to introduce early career faculty to the process of publishing a first scholarly book. Throughout the course of the workshop, which is offered in alternate years and meets five to six times during the spring semester, workshop leaders will guide participants through topics such as the differences between a dissertation and book manuscript, how to approach a press editor, how to submit a prospectus to a publisher, and what happens after a manuscript has been accepted for publication.
Interdisciplinary Graduate Research Workshops
All graduate students are invited to attend this workshop, directed by the four people who received Hall Center Graduate Summer Research Awards. The talks will incline more to method, problem, or theory than to subject content, to increase their appeal to a wider audience. All workshops will be held in the Hall Center Seminar Room.
Rachel Linnea Brown - English
Kristan Marie Hanson - Art History
Jacob Joseph Herrmann - English
Patrick Klinger - History
New Faculty Workshops
The Hall Center sponsors a workshop designed to help new faculty members in the humanities, social sciences and fine arts negotiate their first three years at KU. Participants meet other new faculty and have the opportunity to question a number of more senior colleagues about teaching, research and service.
Graduate Student Workshop: Introduction to Grant Development for Humanities Graduate Students
These duplicate workshops for graduate students, presented by the Hall Center Humanities Grant Development Office, focus on identifying sources of funding and strategies for developing successful grant and fellowship applications. Graduate students in the humanities, social sciences, and arts are encouraged to attend. This is an annual Workshop.