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Scholarly Publishing at Georgetown: Resource Guide

There are many people and departments who support scholarly publishing at Georgetown. This guide provides information and resources to assist you with the publication process, from research through preservation of your scholarly works.

For more information on scholarly publishing:

  1. The Office of Scholarly Publications guides tenure-line faculty of Georgetown's main campus to scholarly book and article publication at first-tier university presses and major academic journals. Carole Sargent, PhD, Director. Contact the Office of Scholarly Publications.

  2. Georgetown University Press supports the academic mission of Georgetown University by publishing scholarly books and journals for a diverse, worldwide readership. These publications, written by an international group of authors representing a broad range of intellectual perspectives, reflect the academic and institutional strengths of the university. Richard Brown, PhD, Director. Contact GU Press.

  3. The Scholarly Communication Committee hosts a Scholarly Communication Symposium series and other events throughout the year. Recent programs have focused on altmetrics, authors' rights and the future of first books. Meg Oakley, Chair.