Scholarly publishing by college libraries takes wildly different forms at different institutions. A new coalition is trying to make connections and share expertise.
- 'Social Reading' Projects Bring Commentary Into the Text
- Hot Type: Art Publishers Look to Yale Press for Glimpse of Digital Future
- Push for Open Access Goes Global
- Hot Type: Elsevier Experiments With Allowing 'Text Mining' of Its Journals
There are no tricks to make writing easier, just practices you can develop to get it done.
- Write a Book and Become an Employee of Your Former Self
- Now I'm a Needy Author
Many departments are taking steps to avoid profiling and other biased enforcement practices. But some cite safety concerns in resisting change.
Historians long depicted slavery as an aberration from, or a precursor to, capitalism. That’s changing.
Bitter rhetoric about contingent faculty members leads to impractical demands and unrealistic expectations.
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Short-form e-books can be a respectable way to deliver serious scholarship.
There's no need for you to ask permission to use my book chapter in your course pack, let alone pay me for it.
Companies shouldn't make millions from the free labor of professors.
Nobody likes the current system, and most everybody agrees it should move online. But from there, opinions diverge.
But new theoretical readings, including third-wave feminists' embrace, may shed more light on our era than they do on the actress herself.
New Scholarly Books
Descriptions of the latest books, divided by category.