“Writing for Publication in the Humanities”
Eric Hayot is Distinguished Professor of Comparative Literature and Asian Studies at Pennsylvania State University. Professor Hayot will present strategies–both psychological and practical–for writing for publication in the humanities from his recent book, The Elements of Academic Style: Writing for the Humanities (Columbia UP, 2014). His talk will offer specific insights into how to write literary scholarship in the mode that was born out of the influence of philosophy and cultural studies on literary criticism over the last three decades.
Professor Hayot is the author of Chinese Dreams (Michigan, 2004), The Hypothetical Mandarin: Sympathy, Modernity, and Chinese Pain (Oxford, 2009), and On Literary Worlds (Oxford, 2012). He edits the “Global Asias” series for Oxford and serves as Director of Penn State’s Center for Humanities and Information. Learn more at erichayot.org.
Sponsored by: IHR, the Graduate Student Association, the Graduate Student Commons, the Departments of Literature, Politics, History of Art & Visual Culture, Latin American & Latino Studies, Anthropology, and Film & Digital Media.
PhD+ Workshop Series
Please join us for the launch of PhD+, our new series! We will meet monthly, over lunch, to discuss possible career paths for humanities PhDs, online identity issues, internship possibilities, work/life balance, elements of style, grants/fellowships and much, more more.
October 9, 2015: Alternative Academia Panel
November 6, 2015: Internship Info Session
December 4, 2015: Coding for Humanists
January 8, 2016: Research Tools and Methods
February 5, 2016: Online Identity
March 4, 2016: Work-Life Balance
April 22, 2016: Writing and Publishing in the Humanities
May 13, 2016: Research and Grants
June 3, 2016: End of Year Luncheon