Book proposals sought for KU sesquicentennial

LAWRENCE — The Sesquicentennial Committee of the University of Kansas invites faculty, staff, alumni, retirees and other members of the university community to propose a book (historical, photographic, literary, “coffee table”) to commemorate KU’s 150th anniversary in 2015. A review committee will select proposals that have compelling interest for university alumni and scholars and will support their publication.
 
How to submit: Compose a brief proposal (up to 500 words) addressing the following questions; working title for the volume, intended audience, relevance to university sesquicentennial commemoration. There is no budget necessary at this time.
 
Deadline: April 1
 
A panel of committee members will review all proposals and respond by April 15. Email your proposal and a brief CV (3 pages maximum) to Charlie Persinger.
 
Questions should be directed to Jonathan Earle or Liz Kowalchuk, Sesquicentennial Committee co-chairs.