Faculty Book Manuscript Review Workshops

The Rockefeller Center offers Dartmouth faculty and staff in the social sciences the opportunity for an interdisciplinary peer review workshop of their book manuscript during the pre-publication stage. 

Examples of Rockefeller Center Manuscript Reviews

- Professor Emily Walton (Dartmouth, Sociology), 2023.

- Professor Janice McCabe (Dartmouth, Sociology), 2023.

- Professor Sunmin Kim (Dartmouth, Sociology), 2023.

- Professor Janice McCabe (Dartmouth, Sociology). Connecting in College: How Friendship Networks Matter for Academic and Social Success. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. 2016.

- Professor Gama Perruci (Marietta College, McDonough Center) and Sadhana Hall (Dartmouth College, Rockefeller Center). Teaching Leadership: Bridging Theory and Practice. Edward Elgar Publishing. July 2018.

About Manuscript Reviews

Manuscripts selected for participation in a review will be distributed to selected Dartmouth faculty and staff and two to four external reviewers identified by the author. The Rockefeller Center will organize a half or full day workshop to discuss the work and can offer funding to cover travel and accommodation costs for external participants.

Faculty in the social sciences interested in a manuscript review should contact Professor Herschel Nachlis, Associate Director and Senior Policy Fellow of the Rockefeller Center, Herschel.S.Nachlis@dartmouth.edu.

Read more about the manuscript review experience.