May 16, 2008
Open-Access Humanities Press Makes Its Debut; Princeton Press Recalls Error-Filled Book
OPEN DOORS: Scholars in the sciences have been light-years ahead of their peers in the humanities in exploring the possibilities of open-access publishing. But a new venture with prominent academic backers, the Open Humanities Press, wants to help humanists close the gap.
The nonprofit operation made its official debut on May 12 with a roster of seven already-established journals in critical and cultural studies and related fields: Cosmos and History, Culture Machine, Fibreculture,
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