Last checks and confirmations to run on your documents before submitting a book proposal to an academic publisher for consideration
Check out the revamped and expanded Introduction to Professional Academic Editing course to build your academic editing career.
Public Engagement and Impact is a self-paced, online course that teaches you how to take your work to new audiences and make change beyond the academy.
How to Start an Academic Podcast is a self-paced, online course that helps scholars go from a great idea to a published show.
How to set up a publishing pipeline and productive procrastination plan to reach your professional goals over the long term.
It's tempting to view winter break as a chance to catch up on everything you didn't get to in the fall. But what if you used it to *actually* rest?
Client books in transgender studies, cultural studies, art history, sound studies, political science, communication, queer theory, and more.
Learn strategies to manage the end-of-term crunch with energy to spare, avoid burnout, and lay the groundwork for a relaxing and productive winter break.
Learn how to articulate academic service priorities to yourself and colleagues and say no and yes in ways that align with your values and support your career.
Learn how to foster intellectual community in academic workplaces using reading and writing groups, engaging mentorship, and other strategies.
How to get started with interdisciplinary oral history, including researching formats, finding training, and critically reflecting on power dynamics.
Strategies to write a student-centered syllabus that also saves you time as an instructor—from day one until the end of the term.
Dismantle Magazine's interview with Ideas on Fire CEO Cathy Hannabach about building a feminist editing and indexing agency.
Major themes at the 2019 Editors Canada conference included diversity in editing, the importance of plain language, and sensitivity reading.
3-week online workshop for scholars wanting to build their public scholarship profile, reach wider and more diverse audiences, and get paid for their work.
Learn best practices for doing community-engaged scholarship and teaching, including answers to those thorny ethical questions often provoked by this work.
Strategies and tactics for improving mental health in academia by providing resources to students, faculty, and staff and prioritizing wellness.
Strategies to avoid the siren song of academic busyness, preserve your time, and finally take those weekends off—for real.
Part instructional session, part love letter to literature's favorite hangers-on. How to edit, use, and love footnotes and endnotes.
A behind-the-scenes look at how Dismantle Magazine co-founders Elise Chatelain and Sara Tatyana Bernstein are turning their side project into a career.