n some disciplines a monograph is a centerpiece of a faculty member’s scholarly agenda. How does one write and publish a monograph while working at Carleton? What does one say “no” to in order to finish a monograph, and how does one strategically choose what else to work on while writing a monograph? How does one find a press that is a good match? Hear three Carleton faculty monograph authors share their experiences and lessons learned and bring your own questions about the process.
Lori Pearson, Professor of Religion and Director of the Humanities Center
Tim Raylor, Stephen R. Lewis, Jr. Professor of English and the Liberal Arts
Kim Smith, Professor of Environmental Studies and Political Science