Upcoming Workshops, Interviews, Panels & Master Classes
Working with Scholarly Publishers
Eric Zinner, assistant director and Editor in Chief, NYU Press
Interested in learning about the process of publishing a scholarly monograph with an academic press? Eric Zinner (editor-in-chief of American and cultural studies, media and communication, and literary studies at NYU Press) joins the Humanities Studio as part of our Humanities Toolkit series of interviews and practical workshops to help humanities scholars carry their work to a wider audience beyond campus. Come! Hear! Refreshments served.
February 27, 2020 | 4:15 p.m. | Crookshank Hall, Ena Thompson Room | Free and open to the Claremont Colleges community
The Op-Ed Project
February 28–29, 2020 | Open to Pomona College faculty and students
Writing for Trade Publishers
Elise Capron, agent, The Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency
February 20–21, 2020
Master Class with Novelist Nalo Hopkinson
Pomona College students were invited to join novelist Nalo Hopkinson for a master class for aspiring writers. Hopkinson has published a dozen novels and short stories and is the recipient of writing honors including the Octavia Butler Memorial Award for contributions to science fiction. She writes a new DC monthly comic in Neil Gaiman's "Sandman" Universe and is currently at work on an alternate historical fantasy of the Caribbean.
January 30, 2020
"Taking Scholarship Public: Writing for Magazines & Trade Publishers"
Brian Goldstone, Director of the Media & Journalism Initiative at the Franklin Humanities Institute; reporter and journalist for Harper's Magazine, The New Republic, and Guernica, among other publications
Postponed — watch this space for information about rescheduling
Applying to Graduate Programs in the Humanities
UCLA graduate advisors Charlene Villaseñor Black, Art History; Muriel McClendon, History; and Louise Hornby, English
September 9, 2019