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Demystifying Academia: Mentorship, Writing, and Publishing

 Demystifying Academia: Mentorship, Writing, and Publishing

Demystifying Academia: Mentorship, Writing, and Publishing

March 25 from 3:30–5:00 CST with Dr. Lisa Corrigan (Professor of Communication and Director of the Gender Studies Program, University of Arkansas) and Curtis Chamblee (doctoral student, University of Memphis)  

Join us for this frank conversation between award-winning UPM author Lisa M. Corrigan and doctoral student Curtis Chamblee as they talk through writing, publishing, the job market (academic and non-academic careers), scholar-activism, and other mystifying aspects of being an academic today. 

Curtis Chamblee is a first-year doctoral student at the University of Memphis.  His research lies at the intersection of race, social movements, and popular culture.

Lisa M. Corrigan is the author of Prison Power: How Prison Influenced the Movement for Black Liberation and Black Feelings: Race and Affect in the Long Sixties, both published by University Press of Mississippi.

Request your ZOOM invitation by emailing Kristin Kirkpatrick.