Watch the Recording: 'Pracademia': The Growing Trend of Academics Writing Popular Books
We expanded on our conversation from last month by asking Ellen Chodosh, Director of NYU Press and Michael Sinocchi, Publisher at Routledge, how publishers identify authors with potential for broad appeal.
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Joined by: Ellen Chodosh, Director at NYU Press and Michael Sinocchi, Publisher at Routledge

Ellen Chodosh

Director,
at New York University Press

Michael Sinocchi

Publisher,
at Routledge

We expanded upon our conversation from last month by asking how publishers identify authors with potential for broad appeal. Ellen and Michael provided unique insight into this process as well as important tips to ensure success.
  • Which books are accepted and why
  • How authors should package their research
  • Tactics for scholars to identify and maximize trending topics and fields

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Overcoming Linguistic Bias Against Non-native English Speaking Scholars in Academic Publication

Hear from Professor Marnie Jo Petray and Professor Gaillynn Clements about overcoming linguistic bias in the publishing journey.

Thursday, December 16
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Should Research be Trusted? Transparency, Accuracy and Accountability in the Publication Process

Hear from Ivan Oransky, Co-Founder of Retraction Watch about the work he is doing to combat negligence and fraud in academic publications.

Tuesday, January 25
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