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The Open Library of Humanities Celebrates its 5th Birthday
Posted by Rose Harris-Birtill on 2020-09-25
The Open Library of Humanities today celebrates its 5th anniversary since we launched our platform on 28th September 2015 with only 7 journals and 99 supporting institutions. Five years on, our sustainable business model has attracted nearly 300 supporting institutions, proving the success of its pioneering non-classical economic model, and enabling us to establish a thriving platform [...]Read More
The Comics Grid Webinar Series: Troubling Boundaries, Leaking Forms: Reading Bechdel's Fun Home and Carroll's Through the Woods with Dr Jeanette D'Arcy and Dr Miranda Corcoran.
Posted by Paula Clemente Vega on 2020-09-04
Live Chat | WebinarThe Comics Grid Webinar Series - Live Chats on Comics Scholarship Troubling Boundaries, Leaking Forms: Reading Bechdel's Fun Home and Carroll's Through the Woods with Dr Jeanette D'Arcy and Dr Miranda Corcoran.(Bechdel, 2014. © Alison Bechdel. Carroll, 2014. © Emily Carroll).Date: Tuesday 20 October 2020.Time: 4-5pm BST. Check your timezone here. Registration: [...]Read More
Winners of the OLH Open Access 2020 Award announced
Posted by Paula Clemente Vega on 2020-06-17
Winners of the OLH Open Access 2020 Award announced Earlier this year, the Open Library of Humanities launched the OLH Open Access Award 2020, a fund dedicated to promoting the benefits and impact of open access to humanities scholars and disciplines and to knowledge worldwide. Our open access awards have been awarded to two organisations in recognition for their exceptional open access [...]Read More
Disability and Access to Research: Open for Whom?
Posted by Paula Clemente Vega on 2020-05-04
Disability and Access to Research: Open for Whom?The current conditions of life under pandemic lockdown have spurred calls for broader access to the scholarly literature as the daily experiences of many disabled people are, quite literally, brought home to a broader portion of the research community. Limited access to research material when the physical library is closed is merely the same [...]Read More