Writing the Dissertation (Imagining the Book)

Lecture | April 20 | 3:30-5 p.m. | Stephens Hall, Geballe Room (220 Stephens)

 William Germano

 Art of Writing

Some dissertations are more than a doctoral requirement. But what makes a dissertation work as a book? In this talk William Germano addresses the skill of diagnosing your own scholarly work so that you can can recognize where dissertations end and books begin.

William Germano is professor of English literature and dean of the faculty of humanities and social sciences at Cooper Union. Formerly vice-president at Routledge and, earlier, editor-in-chief at Columbia UP, he lectures and writes about academic writing.

 Faculty, Students - Graduate

 All Audiences

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