Date: Saturday, 22nd November 2014
Time: 10am – 2pm
Venue: Arcadia College, 1-4 The Courtyard, 20 Fishamble Street, Temple Bar, Dublin
Registration:Â This workshop is open to all IAPH members. AÂ â‚¬10 attendance fee applies (places are limited; please register by emailing email@example.com.)
During this workshop IAPH members will be addressed by representatives of academic presses in Ireland, and by three published Irish historians. Issues such as those listed (and more) below will be dealt with:
write a book proposal; turn your Ph.D into a monograph; find the right fit with a publisher; Â create a relationship with publishers and editors; Â funding your book and applying for publishing grants; the peer-review process; re-drafting a book; publicity and getting PR for your book; and following up with the second book!
PUBLISHED HISTORIANS PANEL
Dr Bernadette Cunningham, Royal Irish Academy.
The Annals of the Four Masters (Four Courts Press 2010, new in paperback 2014)
Clanricard and Thomond (Four Courts Press 2012)
Stories from Gaelic Ireland (co-authored with Raymond Gillespie) (Four Courts Press 2003)
The World of Geoffrey Keating (Four Courts Press 2000, paperback 2004)
Dr Elva Johnston, School of History and Archives, UCD.
Literacy and Identity in Early Medieval IrelandÂ (Boydell and Brewer 2013)
Dr William Murphy, Irish Studies, Mater Dei Institute of Education (DCU).
Political Imprisonment and the Irish, 1912-1921 (Oxford University Press 2014)
Noelle Moran, UCD Press, http://www.ucdpress.ie/
Lisa Hyde, Irish Academic Press, http://irishacademicpress.ie/
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