Call for Special Collections!
Posted by Paula Clemente Vega on 2022-05-23
The Open Library of Humanities journal (OLHJ) is currently seeking new Special Collections to join our wide array of published research in the Humanities.
OLHJ has published quality, peer-reviewed research across 40 Special Collections since 2016, with subjects ranging from ‘The Working-Class Avant-Garde’, to ‘Representing Classical Music in the Twenty-First Century’, and more recently ‘The Politics and History of Menstruation: Contextualising the Scottish campaign to End Period Poverty’.
There are many benefits of publishing a Special Collection with OLHJ, including:
- A home for exciting, innovative collections of Humanities-based articles, including cross- and inter-disciplinary research;
- Articles for Special Collections are published on a ‘rolling basis’—as soon as they are ready—which can spread out the editorial workload and reduce the delays in making research publicly available;
- All articles in OLHJ Special Collections are rigorously double-blind peer-reviewed and undergo a thorough in-house copyedit by a member of the OLH editorial team;
- Special Collections published by OLHJ support a sustainable open access model of publishing, through the Open Library of Humanities’ Library-Partnership Subsidy Model.
- Articles published as open access with OLHJ contribute to freely-available, quality scholarly research with no reader or author-facing fees.
If you are interested in proposing a Special Collection, please visit our Special Collections page for more information. We look forward to seeing your proposals!
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