Medievalmaniac Posted January 18, 2011 Share Posted January 18, 2011 Hey, All - If we have new items that are exciting and/or relevant to our application that have been added to our CV since our initial submission, do you think it is advisable to email those in at this point? I have now been notified that my essay abstract has been accepted in a book proposal for an edited collection of essays on Chaucer, to be fielded by Boydell & Brewer, the premier publisher in medieval studies. It's a pretty exciting list of scholars contributing, and I feel that the fact my abstract is included alongside such figures as Lorraine Stock and Karl Tobias Steel is kind of a big deal. Is this something worth sending in as an addendum to my application/ the CV I sent in with my application, or at this point since it is a proposal and not a publication does it not really matter? Thanks for your thoughts on this. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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