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Scholarly Association Journal to Launch on OLH

We are delighted to announce the launch of a new journal for Film, Television & Screen Studies in 2017. Open Screens: Journal of the British Association of Film, Television & Screen Studies has successfully applied to join the OLH platform and will launch in Summer 2017. Open Screens is a new society journal for the […]

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OLH flips innovative archaeology conference proceedings to open access journal

We are really pleased to announce that in Summer 2017 the OLH will be publishing the Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal (TRAJ). Formerly an annual conference proceedings volume published primarily by Oxbow Books (a leading publisher within the fields of archaeology and ancient history), the journal developed out of the Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference (TRAC), which […]

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Body, Space & Technology to join OLH platform

We’re delighted to announce that Body, Space & Technology (BST), a leading journal of contemporary artistic practice and research, will be joining the OLH platform in Summer 2017. Since it launched in 2000, BST has built a strong reputation for scholarly quality and innovation, as well as fostering a global academic community around its published […]

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OLH to publish multi-lingual journal on Foucauldian research

We’re really pleased to announce that the OLH will be publishing the interdisciplinary journal, Le foucaldien, from Summer 2017. Based on the well-established foucaultblog, founded by humanities scholars at the University of Zurich in 2013, Le foucaldien is a peer-reviewed open access journal dedicated to research along the lines of the philosopher and historian Michel […]

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OLH and Liverpool University Press join to flip subscription journal open access

We are extremely pleased to announce that the Open Library of Humanities has entered into a partnership with Liverpool University Press to convert the journal Quaker Studies from a subscription journal into a full, gold open-access journal. Quaker Studies is a highly respected inter- and multi-disciplinary peer-reviewed journal that has, according to one reviewer of […]

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CFP: Utopia, Now! / Abstract Deadline: 2 May, 2017

Utopia, Now! Chelsea College of Arts, 29th-31st August 2017 The sixth and final symposium of the Imaginaries of the Future Leverhulme International Research Network   “We are now faced with the fact that tomorrow is today. We are confronted with the fierce urgency of now.” – Martin Luther King “We live in capitalism, its power […]

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CFP: Waste: A Symposium, Papers on Disposability, Decay, and Depletion / Abstract Deadline: 1 May 2017

CFP: Waste: A Symposium, Papers on Disposability, Decay, and Depletion Birkbeck, University of London, 21 September 2017 A one-day event to be held at Birkbeck College, University of London, on 21 September 2017.   Confirmed keynote speakers: Professor Esther Leslie (Birkbeck, University of London) Dr Leo Mellor (University of Cambridge) Dr Rachele Dini (UCL / […]

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The Shakespeare Poster

Just in time for the Renaissance Society of America's 2017 conference in Chicago (where our Editorial Director Dr Caroline Edwards will be discussing open access publishing on a digital humanities panel), we're delighted to be able to launch the next poster in our OLH Poster Series – The Shakespeare Poster. Designed by acclaimed publishing graphic […]

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CFP: Pride Revisited: Cinema, Activism and Re-Activation / Abstract Deadline: 31 May, 2017

Following the success of the symposium PRIDE and its Precursors: Political Mimesis, Nostalgic Dissidence and Popular Film, held at the Birkbeck Institute for the Moving Image in December 2015, we invite submissions for an Open Library of Humanities journal special collection on Pride, the LGBTQ and coalfield cinema that preceded, influenced and coincided with it, […]

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CFP: Remaking Collections / Abstract Deadline: 15 May, 2017

Image adapted from Tim Sherratt’s project Open With Exceptions (2016). Used with permission. In recent decades cultural and collecting institutions have digitised their collections en masse. These digital collections are vast, diverse and dispersed, challenging traditional modes of management, access and engagement; but they also constitute an immense cultural resource. As well as supporting traditional uses in […]

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