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How to… Publish Your First Book

How can you get your first book published? How do you transform your thesis into a book? What makes your book successful? And how do

SAH 2021 Virtual Conference

The SAH 2021 Virtual Conference brings scholars, practitioners, professionals, and students in architectural history and related fields together online to share new research on the

OPPORTUNITIES:

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Assistant Professor in Urban Studies and Planning with a focus on Designing Just Futures

POSITION DESCRIPTION The Department of Urban Studies and Planning seeks faculty candidates at the level of Assistant Professor whose research, teaching, and service will advance scholarship and institutional solutions for designing more just and equitable systems and structures. This faculty member will advance UC San Diego’s commitment to the inclusion of Indigenous, Black, and migrant communities, anti-racism, anti-oppression, equity, and social justice. We especially welcome candidates whose professional experience, community engagement, and personal background have facilitated their understanding of and ability to better serve students from Indigenous and other underrepresented populations. Faculty hired under this Initiative will join the UC San Diego campus, the UC

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Inclusive History Project / ARC-NCID Postdoctoral Fellowship

During the 2023–2024 academic year, the Inclusive History Project (IHP) will partner with the National Center for Institutional Diversity’s Anti-Racism Collaborative (ARC-NCID) at the University of Michigan (U-M) to offer the IHP/ARC-NCID Postdoctoral Fellowship. The Office of the President has charged the IHP to make an independent and comprehensive assessment of the university’s historical record of inclusion and exclusion, and a framing and design committee composed of a cross-section of faculty, staff, and students is leading the initial phase of this work. This fellowship is a unique opportunity for an early career scholar whose research centers on histories of racism, racial equity, and/or racial justice in higher education, with

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How to … Write Your First Book

How to… Publish Your First Book

How can you get your first book published? How do you transform your thesis into a book? What makes your book successful? And how do you navigate the often confusing and daunting world of academic book publishing? As part of a larger “How to … “series, this information session will provide emerging scholars from equity-deserving groups with insights into the world of publishing. Participants will learn: Tips and Tricks for crafting book proposals What the process looks like from inquiry to print What criteria book publishers use for selecting book projects Speakers: Jonathan Crago Editor in Chief McGill-Queen’s University Press             

OUR MISSION:

The mission of the group is to keep the Society of Architectural Historians engaged with issues affecting minority scholars in the profession, support the professional development of minority scholars, and provide a forum for minority scholars and allies to network.

BOOK FEATURES:

Modern Architecture in Latin America
Art, Technology, and Utopia

By Luis E. Carranza and Fernando Luiz Lara; foreword by Jorge Francisco Liernur

Designed as a survey and focused on key examples and movements arranged chronologically from 1903 to 2003, this is the first comprehensive history of modern architecture in Latin America in any language.

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS:

The goal of the book features section is to support new publications by emerging scholars from underrepresented backgrounds as well as important books and publications by established scholars. We are, of course, especially committed to promoting the work of AG members like yourself. Submissions include:

1. Cover image of book / illustration from publication (300 dpi)

2. Description (50 words or less)

3. Link to book publisher's website

To participate, please email the following to minorityscholarsAG@gmail.com