Thursday, June 30, 2011

A Legal Historian's First Book: Signing Off

Heartfelt thanks to Mary and the rest of the Legal History Blog for warmly welcoming me as a guest this month. I am also very grateful to all of you who commented on this series of posts on the process of writing a first book, both on and off the blog.

A couple of readers requested a central set of links to each post in the series; here it is.

Thanks for reading!

A Legal Historian's First Book: Table of Contents

Part I: “Revising” the Dissertation
Part II: Archival Research
Part III: The Book Proposal
Part IV: The Book Contract
Part V: (Law Review) Articles vs. Books
Part VI: Outside Reviews
Part VII: Restructuring and Introducing Characters
Part VIII: Doctrine, Clarity, and Context
Part IX: The Hatchet and the Scalpel
Part X: The Production Process, and Letting Go
Part XI: The Author's Questionnaire

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this series. As a newly-minted legal history PhD contemplating the dissertation revision process, I found your posts quite helpful.


David Pye