Happy Hour Discussion: Scholarly Writing in an Online Environment

NewYorkScapes is hosting an informal happy hour discussion about scholarly writing in online environments. Please join us if you are available! Refreshments will be served. Topic: Scholarly communication in online environments, exploring editorial culture and web-development in discussion with:

Caitlin Zaloom, Assoc. Prof. in Social and Cultural Analysis, Acting Director of Metropolitan Studies, and Editor-in-Chief of Public Books.
Ed Winstead, editor at Guernica. Readings:
Two pieces from Public Books and one from Guernica, each with different agendas and uses of digital publishing:
J. R. McNeill, “Changing Climates of History”
Francisco CantĂș, “Refuge, Part I”
Erik Olin Wright and Nicolas FrĂ©meaux, “The Piketty Effect: Part I” One piece from the American Journalism Review about longform and digital devices:
Tim Ebner, “Going Long in the Digital Age” One very short provocation to think about the production of digital longform by Ta-Nahisi Coates:
Ta-Nehisi Coates, “Some Quick Thoughts on The Atlantic”