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February 2022, Week 2


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Avi Staiman <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Sun, 13 Feb 2022 10:57:34 +0100
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Dear Screen-L Readers,

Traditionally, leading publishers have favored publishing books written by
established academics in top universities. While much of this seminal
research is critically important in laying the foundations in many fields,
oftentimes potentially groundbreaking research from smaller universities or
from underrepresented populations hasn’t been afforded the same opportunity
to be seriously considered by leading publishers.

In recent years, the call for publishers to do a better job diversifying
their author base and provide marginalized scholars with tools to succeed
has grown increasingly stronger.

Join us as we hear from *Christie Henry, Director of Princeton University
Press*, about the unique opportunities available to you to realize your
dream of publishing your research with a leading academic publisher,
regardless of your institutional affiliation.

*February 28 at 4:30 PM Israel time/ 2:30 PM GMT/ 9:30 AM EST on Zoom*

Save your free spot to attend the interview!

*The 'Publication Success Interview Series' offers unique insights into the
publishing world through in-depth conversations with leading editors,
publishers, and other influential figures in the industry. Through
exploring relevant topics, the interviews address and answer pressing
issues in order to make the publishing process more accessible to authors.*

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