Wed, Apr 26, 2023

12 PM – 1 PM EDT (GMT-4)

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Have you ever wanted to publish your scholarship for a broader, non-academic audience? Join us for a lunchtime panel where experts will answer questions such as: ‘Why write for a broader audience?’; ‘How do you tailor your scholarship for publication in non-academic forums?’; and 'How do you pitch your ideas to an editor?', among other themes. Our panel will feature:

--Dr. Elizabeth Bucar, Professor of Religion at Northeastern University
--Jeania Ree Moore, doctoral student in religious studies and African American studies at Yale University
--Betsy Shirley, Yale Divinity School alumnus and editor of

Their work has appeared in diverse publications, such as The Atlantic, The Los Angeles Times, America magazine, Religion Dispatches, Religion & Politics, OnFaith, Reflections, and Sojourners.

You will have an opportunity to submit your questions prior to the event.

Intended Audience: Divinity School students and GSAS Religious Studies students, as well as interdisciplinary scholars in the humanities and social sciences, and scholars interested generally in public writing.

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