Tag Archives: open access

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 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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Video Journal of Embodied Research to Launch on OLH Platform

We are extremely pleased to announce that the new Journal of Embodied Research is to launch on the Open Library of Humanities platform. This will be the first peer reviewed video essay journal to be published for a broad scholarly readership. The editorial advisory board is led by a leading early career researcher Dr Ben […]

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The Open Library of Humanities: Year One

September 2016 marks the first year anniversary of the launch of the Open Library of Humanities. To celebrate, we thought we'd share some statistics about the platform and its growth! Journals and Articles In the first year, the OLH has hosted 909 articles across the journals that we either directly publish or that we support. This […]

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Society Journal, Marvell Studies, to Join OLH Platform

We are extremely pleased to announce that the journal Marvell Studies is to join the Open Library of Humanities platform. Marvell Studies is the official journal of the Andrew Marvell Society, which brings together scholars from around the world working in the Early Modern period. The society was founded in 2001 and has been publishing a Newsletter […]

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The gold route to open science

OLH Founder and Co-Director, Dr Caroline Edwards, recently spoke about open access and open science in Vienna at the invitation of the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) and the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna. Speaking to Ingrid Ladner for scilog, the magazine published by the FWF, Caroline described how she started working in open access publishing and […]

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Transforming Scholarship in the Digital Environment

OLH Director Dr Caroline Edwards recently addressed an audience at Senate House, University of London, giving a talk as part of the School of Advanced Study's "Social Scholar" seminar series – a series of talks designed to explore the 'social' aspect of research, including social media, public engagement, and digital humanities. Caroline's talk was titled "Transforming Scholarship […]

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New OLH Poster: The Constructivist Poster

The second poster in our series is now available! Following on from our highly popular Victorian Poster, the new Constructivist Poster is a fitting tribute to the grassroots support from academics, librarians and publishers that have made the OLH possible. We are grateful to our fantastic graphic designer, Becky Chilcott, for developing this poster for the […]

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CFP: New Voices in Jewish-American Literature / Deadline: 16 September, 2016

The retirement of Philip Roth in 2012 signifies a definite break with the past, the silencing of one of the last living links with the Jewish generation that dominated post-war American literary culture (Saul Bellow, Bernard Malamud, Isaac Bashevis Singer et al.). This does not, however, mean the end of Jewish-American literature. Recent years have […]

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