Open Access in the Humanities

 

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My long wait for Martin Paul Eve’s book on  is apparently going to be a little longer – it seems that the OA copy isn’t up on Cambridge UP’s website yet, and physical copies are still in presale.  I’ve been waiting for months to see this come out, so the added agony is killing me.

But! In the meantime, I plan to check out another open access book of interest: .  This looks like it’ll definitely provide an interesting perspective, even if there isn’t a chapter on digital economics.

 Edit: The book is now live, and can be read in full . 

The Medium is the Message

“A book will always have its role… But the opportunity is to use a technology built for discourse to create an unprecedented good for scholarship.”

– Cameron Neylon (PLoS), in discussing monograph publication and the move to OA as part of his closing keynote at Open Access monographs in the humanities and social sciences conference