Norma Clarke explores how contemporary models of crowd-funding – allowing authors to by-pass conventional publishers to fund, print and disseminate their books – echo eighteenth-century practices of publishing by subscription, used by Alexander Pope, bluestockings, and ‘scandalous’ women alike
Administrative Editor for History Workshop Journal The editorial collective of History Workshop Journal are looking for a part-time administrator to manage the administrative and financial functions of the journal’s editorial process. The job will require an average of eight hours a week, with the possibility of overtime. Pay will be […]
Lesley Hulonce advocates a revolution in academic publishing, including radical alternatives like self publishing.
Tim Hitchcock and Jason M. Kelly discuss the transformations of the ‘digital turn’ to academic publishing practises and ways of defining an academic community
Dr Kim Stevenson on being an inadvertent revolutionary with first-hand experience of Open Access publishing.