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Levan Institute for the Humanities, How To Series
How to Write a Book for General Readers with Author Mark Braude

This is a hybrid event. The in-person event will be held in DML 121. To join virtually, please register using the link below. 

A conversation with Mark Braude about writing compelling research-based trade books that draw on scholarly training. Dr. Braude received a PhD in History from USC in 2013. His latest work, Kiki Man Ray: Art, Love, and Rivalry in 1920s Paris (2022), was named an August 2022 Book to Read by The New York Times, Vogue, Town & Country, LitHub, The Hollywood Reporter, and others. He is also the author of The Invisible Emperor: Napoleon on Elba from Exile to Escape (2018) and Making Monte Carlo: A History of Speculation and Spectacle (2016).

In conversation with Daniela Bleichmar, Professor of Art History and History, USC; Founding Director, Levan Institute for the Humanities; Director, USC Society of Fellows in the Humanities

Open to attendants outside of USC. Registration before the event is required. REGISTER

This event is part of the Levan Institute for the Humanities' “How To” series, practical workshops where humanists discuss how to do the things we do. Organized in collaboration with the USC Society of Fellows in the Humanities, these workshops are primarily addressed to graduate students, postdocs, and assistant professors. To see more events in this series, including recordings of past events, visit https://dornsife.usc.edu/levan-institute/how-to-workshops/.


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