Towards equity in publishing is a new initiative designed to address the unfair conditions that precede and hinder publication in the field of American-American art history. This professional development program is initiated by the peer-reviewed journal American art, which is co-edited by the Smithsonian American Art Museum and University of Chicago Press. It is supported by a $ 64,000 grant from the Dedalus Foundation.
Through editorial mentorship and workshops, the program will demystify scholarly publication processes and help academics revise manuscripts for submission and publication. There is no obligation for participants to post with American artnor for the journal to publish their work.
This program is open to applications from unpublished graduate students, non-tenured professors, young museum staff, and independent scholars who produce research on American-American art history and related topics. to visual culture. Priority will be given to applicants whose experiences will expand diversity in the field, including those with a personal track record of overcoming adversity, are first generation or graduate students and have not received a institutional funding (scholarships, grants, scholarships, or paid vacation) over the past two years. Applicants do not need to meet all of these criteria to be eligible.
How to register
Please see the Towards equity in publishing website for application instructions.
Looking for development editors
To support this program, the journal will hire experienced editors. Preferred applicants will know a range of subjects from American-American art history and related visual culture, and have a history of professional contributions to mentorship and diversity initiatives. To express your interest, write to [email protected] with the subject line “TEP Publisher Agreement”.
For more information on Towards equity in publishing, visit americanart.si.edu.
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