A resource for humanities scholars seeking to make their research and writing accessible to a wider audience through traditional outlets, such as academic journals and university presses, as well as digital and online platforms, popular and hybrid presses, and self-publishing.
Entrada sobre Eurocentrismo en el Diccionario de Injusticias editado por Carlos Pereda. // Dictionary Entry on Eurocentrism (in Spanish), my contribution to the Diccionario de Injusticias (A Dictionary of Injustices) edited by Carlos Pereda
Gabriela Méndez Cota started the topic CfP Teknokultura in the discussion Accessible Writing and Publishing in the Humanities on Humanities Commons 3 months ago
CfP Special Issue of Teknokultura https://revistas.ucm.es/index.php/TEKN/nextissues
As open access policies have become assimilated to the commercial dynamics of academic knowledge production and circulation, publishing processes in the academic setting have emerged as strategic spaces where to explore new styles of research and social…[Read more]
Martins Uze E. Tugbokorowei deposited Culture and National Development in Nigeria: A Critical Appraisal in the group Accessible Writing and Publishing in the Humanities on Humanities Commons 6 months, 2 weeks ago
Nigeria as a developing country is on the fast track to the attainment of development, or supposedly so. In this endeavour, priority is inevitably placed on science and technology as the only routes for the attainment of this dream. Such one track minded disposition is mouthed to the exclusion of other factors that contribute to the development of…[Read more]
Cara Jordan started the topic How to choose the right journal for your article in the discussion Accessible Writing and Publishing in the Humanities on Humanities Commons 7 months, 2 weeks ago
Many authors, especially grad students and early career scholars, struggle to find the right journal for their article–and they may not even know that this is even a problem until the rejections start rolling in!
Cara Jordan started the topic Welcome! in the discussion Accessible Writing and Publishing in the Humanities on Humanities Commons 9 months, 1 week ago
Thanks for joining the “Accessible Writing and Publishing in the Humanities” group! I’m Cara, an academic editor trained in art history. Both my professional and academic tracks converge on one theme: making academic writing more accessible to a broader audience outside of our subject-area silos.
I now run an editorial agency and publishing hou…[Read more]