Archive | August, 2016

CFP: Station Eleven and Twenty-First-Century Writing / Deadline: 30 April, 2017

Featured image by Nathan Burton. Reproduced with the artist's permission. Since its publication in 2014, Canadian author Emily St John Mandel’s Station Eleven has attracted enthusiastic critical responses. This post-apocalyptic novel won an Arthur C. Clarke Award for Science Fiction in 2015 and was shortlisted for many other awards, including the National Book Award, the […]

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Six journals to join OLH later this year

We are extremely pleased to announce that six journals are to join the Open Library of Humanities platform later this year. The voting process was highly competitive, with sixteen applications to join the platform in the Spring-Summer 2016 period. All applications were sent to leading external academic specialists in a rigorous process of double peer […]

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David Mitchell research in the Guardian

OLH research makes headline news

For the second time this year, research published by the Open Library of Humanities has made headline news appearance, this time featuring on the home page of the Guardian. The article in question, “You have to keep track of your changes”: The Version Variants and Publishing History of David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas by Professor Martin […]

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Johns Hopkins University joins OLH LPS model

We are extremely pleased to announce that Johns Hopkins University has joined the Open Library of Humanities’ Library Partnership Subsidy system. Founded over 140 years ago, for the past 36 years Johns Hopkins University has spent more money on research than any other U.S. academic institution. The Open Library of Humanities is an academic-led, gold […]

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University of Birmingham

University of Birmingham joins OLH LPS model

We are extremely pleased to announce that the University of Birmingham has joined the Open Library of Humanities’ Library Partnership Subsidy system. Birmingham has been challenging and developing great minds for more than a century. Characterised by a tradition of innovation, research at the University has broken new ground, pushed forward the boundaries of knowledge […]

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