The Consortium on Graduate Communication is pleased to announce a new book series with the University of Michigan Press titled “Practice, Pedagogy, and Programming for Graduate Communication.” This series will extend conversations and scholarship in the field of graduate communication support through brief, practitioner-focused volumes. Volumes will include research-based and theorized resources including critical frameworks, innovative program profiles, successful pedagogy, and original research around graduate writing and communication with a view toward bridging the gap between theory and practice. The book series editors are Talinn Phillips and Nigel Caplan. For more information, visit the series website.
The first volume in this series will be Writing Together: Building Social Writing Opportunities for Graduate Students, edited by Rachael Cayley, Fiona Coll, and Daniel Aureliano Newman.