Insights into the Economy of Open Scholarship: A Look into the Open Library of Humanities

02.04.2019

Research Excellence Framework must 'bring Hammer Down' on Open Access Books

Open Letter from History Journal Editors in Response to Consultation on Plan S

22.03.2019

UC Press Supports University of California's Stance on Elsevier

15.03.2019

Science and Its Significant Other: Representing the Humanities in Bibliometric Scholarship

14.03.2019

AHA Expresses Concerns About Potential Impact of Plan S on the Humanities

08.02.2019

Launching the OLH Advocacy Network

25.01.2019

Research Funding is Short-changing Humanities Subjects

10.12.2018

Why an Age of Machine Learning Needs the Humanities

06.12.2018

Impact of Social Sciences and Humanities for a European Research Agenda

29.11.2018

We Need the Humanities More Than Ever, Despite All the Shouting

09.04.2018

The Proportion of Co-Authored Research Articles Has Risen Markedly in Recent Decades

09.04.2018

Grant Applications in Arts and Humanities Research

27.11.2017

Radical Open Access Website Officially Launched

24.10.2017

Making the Monograph Sustainable

20.10.2017

Mapping the Adjacent Possible

19.10.2017

Stanford and MIT Lead Arts and Humanities Ranking

On Inequality and Academic Publishing

17.08.2017

A Monograph for Tomorrow

24.07.2017

Norwegian Humanities Research Is Thriving

17.07.2017

Hey, Computer Scientists! Stop Hating on the Humanities

25.04.2017

Why We Need The Humanities More Than Ever

24.03.2017

'The Great Shame of Our Profession'

12.02.2017

Science Doesn’t Have All the Answers

21.11.2016

A cross-disciplinary approach to science is helping Nautilus carve a unique niche in science publishing

21.09.2016

Year One of The Open Library of Humanities

12.09.2016

What Is SocArXiv?

25.07.2016

Mellon Foundation grant of nearly $1M to fund open access platform MUSE Open

21.07.2016

Social-progress panel seeks public comment

28.06.2016

Why scientists should study art and literature

29.10.2015
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