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Article in the OLH flagship journal wins the SFRA Innovative Research Award

Posted by Paula Clemente Vega on 2022-07-20

We are delighted to announce that Dr Amy Butt has won the 2022 SFRA Innovative Research Award for her article published in the Open Library of Humanities journal. Amy’s article ‘The Present as Past: Science Fiction and the Museum’ was published in 2021 and explores the role and possibilities of science fiction texts in museum settings.The SFRA Innovative Research Award (formerly the Pioneer [...]

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The Open Library of Humanities Wins Open Scholarship Award (2022)

Posted by Paula Clemente Vega on 2022-01-28

We’re delighted to announce that Professor Martin Eve has received an Open Scholarship Award (2022) in recognition for his work for the Open Library of Humanities. The award was granted by the Canadian Social Knowledge Institute (C-SKI) and its partners, and nominations took place via an open process. The awards are intended to acknowledge and celebrate exemplary open scholarship carried out by [...]

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Article in the OLH flagship journal wins the Elizabeth Eisenstein Essay Prize

Posted by Paula Clemente Vega on 2021-10-15

We are delighted to announce that Dr Janet Smith has been awarded the 2021 Elizabeth Eisenstein Essay Prize for her article published in the OLH journal.The article "Crossing the Border of Citizenship: Helen Taylor, the Independent Radical Democrat Candidate for Camberwell North, 1885" explores the campaign of Helen Taylor to become the first woman MP in the British Parliament. It appears in the [...]

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Open Library of Humanities Wins Small Digital Publisher of the Year

Posted by Paula Clemente Vega on 2020-10-16

We’re delighted to announce that the Open Library of Humanities (OLH) has won the award for Small Digital Publisher of the Year at the Association of Online Publishers (AOP) Digital Publishing Awards 2020 virtual ceremony, celebrated yesterday in London. We would like to send a huge thank you to the judges, and many congratulations to all the winners and all those highly commended in the other 25 [...]

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The Open Library of Humanities Wins Coko Foundation’s Open Publishing Award

Posted by Paula Clemente Vega on 2019-10-16

We are delighted to announce that the Open Library of Humanities has been awarded a Coko Foundation’s 2019 Open Publishing Award in the category of Open Publishing Models yesterday at the FORCE2019 conference in Edinburgh Scotland. We would like to send a huge thanks to the judges, and to all the individuals who have nominated the OLH for the awards. The Open Library of Humanities and its [...]

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Professor Martin Paul Eve wins prestigious Philip Leverhulme Prize

Posted by Paula Clemente Vega on 2019-10-14

We are extremely pleased to announce that Professor Martin Paul Eve of Birkbeck, University of London, a co-CEO and co-founder with Dr Caroline Edwards of the Open Library of Humanities, has been awarded a 2019 Philip Leverhulme Prize for his research in the field of literary studies.Philip Leverhulme Prizes have been offered since 2001 in commemoration of the contribution to the work of the [...]

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Article in OLH Journal, The Comics Grid, Wins Prestigious Learned Society Prize

Posted by Martin Paul Eve on 2017-12-08

We are delighted to announce that Aleisha Ward's article, "New Zealand Jazz Concerts, the Use and Abuse of Grand Pianos, and One Cartoonist’s Response" -- published in the Open Library of Humanities-supported journal The Comics Grid -- has won the prestigious Rebecca Coyle Prize.The Rebecca Coyle Prize is awarded to the best paper on popular music in the Australia-New Zealand region in [...]

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Article published in OLH/Birkbeck Journal, 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Nineteenth Century, wins prestigious Victorian studies prize

Posted by Martin Paul Eve on 2016-11-28

We are delighted to announce that Professor Jason Camlot has won the prestigious Donald Gray Prize for best Victorian Studies essay from the North American Victorian Studies Association (NAVSA) for his article published in 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Nineteenth Century (issue 21). The article ‘Historicist Audio Forensics: The Archive of Voices as Repository of Material [...]

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