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Submission Guidelines


Only content that is submitted following the guidelines below will be considered for publication. 

Release dates: The newsletter will be emailed to the AUP community on the first and third Monday of each month.  (Alumni will receive the first Monday newsletter only.)

Deadlines: Content will be accepted one week prior to the release of each newsletter. 

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Events

Please include the text of the event in a Word Document with the following information included: Title of event and date/time/location; an overview of the event in one paragraph (maximum of 150 words), including the academic department hosting the event (if applicable), contact name and email address.  Include any hyperlinks to additional content or video. Attach visuals or posters, which we will include when possible, in jpeg or PDF formats. 

Example:

Digital Legacies of the Avant-Garde
Saturday, 14 April 2012; 09:15-18:00
Grand Salon, 31 Avenue Bosquet, 75007 Paris

How have the formation, development and critique of today’s digital cultures been shaped by the concepts and practices of the avant-garde? Responding to this important aspect of the digital turn, AUP’s Department of Global Communications, in partnership with Eugene Lang College-The New School for Liberal Arts, will hold Digital Legacies of the Avant-Garde, a two-day, two-city international conference. On Saturday, April 14, an interdisciplinary group of leading scholars from North America and Europe will convene at AUP: 9:15am-12:00pm in the Grand Salon and 13:15pm-18:00pm in C31. Mark Tribe, Founder of rhizome.org and Assistant Professor of Modern Culture and Media, Brown University, will be the keynote speaker. Conference proceedings will be linked through live video-conferencing to the Eugene Lang College campus in New York City, where a second day of presentations will be held on Thursday, April 20. For more information, contact Professor Stephen Monteiro at smonteiro@aup.edu or visit http://vcataup.wordpress.com/

 

News

(Campus and Faculty News) Please include the text of the news item in a single paragraph in a Word Document, no longer than 150 words, in third-person (for example, Professor Smith attended a conference at…). Include any hyperlinks to additional content or video. Attach visuals or posters, which we will include when possible, in jpeg or PDF formats. 

Example:

Jula Wildberger, Professor of Classics and Comparative Literature, gave an invited talk "Copia-e-incolla e la struttura del compendio di etica stoica attribuito ad Ario Didimo" at the Facoltà di lettere of the Università degli studi in Florence as part of her ongoing search for lost Stoic treatises on ethics and the emotions.


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