28 February 2024
OLH Welcomes the Université Paris 8 Vincennes Saint-Denis
Posted by Paula Clemente Vega
The Open Library of Humanities is pleased to announce a new member to our library consortium, the Université Paris 8 Vincennes Saint-Denis. Since its establishment as an experimental university centre in Vincennes in 1969, and its relocation to Saint-Denis in 1980, Paris 8 University has become a l…
26 February 2024
Call for Papers – 'Cosmologies Across Boundaries' 2024 Special Issue
Posted by Emily Hanscam
Call for Papers Cosmologies Across Boundaries: Disrupting the Iron Age-Roman Distinction in the Study of Religion in the Roman Provinces An Open-Access Special Issue of the Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal Edited by Alena Wigodner (Princeton University) and Pat Lowinger (Peninsu…
23 February 2024
OLH unveils new website and brand design
Posted by Dr Caroline Edwards
Caroline EdwardsWelcome to our new website! We've spent the past year thoroughly revamping our online presence. This began with user experience research, which led to a site audit, brand refresh, and a rebuild of the entire site structure. The new design pays tribute to the OLH's political roots an…
21 February 2024
Review of the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, (RHETM) flips to diamond open access with the Open Library of Humanities
Posted by Paula Clemente Vega
We are very pleased to welcome another title, Review of the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, (RHETM) to our portfolio of diamond open access journals.  RHETM is the successor of Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, one of the longest-running and most respect…
19 February 2024
Quaker Studies joins the Open Library of Humanities
Posted by Paula Clemente Vega
We are delighted to announce that Quaker Studies (QS) has fully transitioned to the Open Library of Humanities. Quaker Studies is the official journal of the international Quaker Studies Research Association (QSRA), which is the umbrella organisation for all those studying, teaching, researching or…
19 February 2024
The Open Library of Humanities launches Regeneration: Environment, Art, Culture
Posted by Paula Clemente Vega
The Open Library of Humanities is very pleased to welcome Regeneration: Environment, Art, Culture as the newest academic journal to join our catalogue. As a peer-reviewed, open-access journal of the environmental humanities, Regeneration brings humanists, activists, artists, and scientists into ope…
16 February 2024
[in]Transition joins the Open Library of Humanities
Posted by Paula Clemente Vega
We are delighted to announce that [in]Transition: Journal of Videographic Film & Moving Image Studies has joined the Open Library of Humanities. The journal launched in 2014 in collaboration with Journal of Cinema and Media Studies on the MediaCommons platform, a community network run by schola…
14 February 2024
Volumes 13 and first set of Volume 14 articles now live
Posted by The Editors
We are happy to announce there's new content in the journal, corresponding to our 13th and 14th volumes. Both volumes include a variety of work by 13 international scholars with affiliations in academic institutions based in nine different countries. Volume 13 Within Volume 13, we start …
14 February 2024
UCL Press partners with Janeway to migrate their 15 journals
Posted by Paula Clemente Vega
OLH and UCL Press are pleased to announce a new journals hosting partnership with Janeway, our in-house open source scholarly publishing platform.  This new partnership will provide a more intuitive, improved navigation experience for UCL's global readership and greater flexibility, owner…
5 February 2024
Open Access = Access for All.
Posted by Paula Clemente Vega
A blog post by Dr Steph Driver, OLH’s new accessibility specialist developer. "Nothing about us without us" is the central tenant of disability rights movements across the globe. I am but one disabled voice. I can code. I can facilitate. I can advocate, but to make Janeway accessible we need t…
5 February 2024
RHETM joins the world of open science
Posted by RHETM Editorial Team
We are pleased to announce that Review of the History of Economic Thought and Methodology (RHTEM) is now part of the Open Library of Humanities (OLH). In keeping with the OLH model, RHETM’s entire content is now published as diamond open access, with no fees to either authors or readers. The openne…
30 January 2024
Open Publishing at UMass Amherst partners with Janeway to migrate their journals.
Posted by Paula Clemente Vega
We are very pleased to announce that the OLH's in-house digital publishing platform Janeway has partnered with Open Publishing at UMass Amherst to migrate their journals and conference proceedings. Open Publishing at UMass Amherst provides publishing services for open-access journals and conference…