Announcement -- By: Anonymous
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The ETS Monograph committee is announcing new publication plans for the monograph series and for a new dissertation series. ETS members who have developed a specific scholarly monograph, perhaps in the development of a more popular work or textbook, are invited to submit a proposal describing the work and its advancement of scholarship to the editor at the above address.
Members of ETS completing their doctoral program are invited to confer with their doctoral supervisor to obtain recommendations for their dissertations to be included in the series. The supervisor should send the recommendation with a notation on how the dissertation represents superior work and advances scholarship to Trent C. Butler, ETS Monograph Editor, 100 Mimosa Drive, Gallatin, TN 37066.
The mission statements describing the series are printed below.
Mission Statement of the Evangelical Theological Society Monograph Series
The Evangelical Theological Society’s monograph series publishes a limited number of works by members of the Society who produce fresh research in biblical and theological studies and their cognate areas (e.g. ancient Near East, biblical languages, OT, intertestamental studies, NT, church history, biblical theology, systematic theology, missions, or apologetics). The elected committee will review proposals and accept those that show mastery of a specific topic and make a significant contribution to their chosen field of study. Such works will normally represent specialized academic studies that enhance scholarly conversations and research, often times at an academic level beyond that of most commercial publishers. The committee stipulates that the author’s expertise will extend beyond works published in English and include relevant literature in other languages (such as German or French). If the object of study is a text or a body of literature, then it should be treated in its original language as well. The ETS Monograph Series distinguishes itself from a dissertation series by accepting works of published authors who have previously shown themselves competent in their particular field.
Approved manuscripts will be published through Wipf and Stock Publishers, who receive, edit, print, distribute, and market such publications.
Mission Statement of the Evangelical Theological Society Dissertation Series
The Evangelical Theological Society’s dissertation series publishes works by members of the Society who produce fresh research in biblical and theological studies and their cognate areas (e.g. ancient Near East, biblical
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