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  • Posted in: AHA Member Forum

    This is yet another new way that the academy has disadvantaged independent scholars. Most of them can't afford the tens of thousands of dollars to publish their books onopen access--a cost picked up by the employers of university professors. the result ...

  • Posted in: AHA Member Forum

    Sharing an open access link to Washington Post reporter Michael Ruane's May 11, 2022 insightful article about his interview with retired Archivist of the United States (AOTUS) David S. Ferriero on April 28 as he prepared to leave office. https://wapo.st/3wauYf1 ...

  • Posted in: AHA Member Forum

    Thanks for this response, Laura, this is very helpful. The book is being published by a university press, and my editor has proposed making the book open-access through a program (which gets foundational support, I believe) that the press is part of. ...

  • Posted in: AHA Member Forum

    Hi Joseph, As a someone who published my first monograph open access, I can suggest some factors to consider: Are you seeking tenure with this book? If so, you'll want to be able to document the peer review process. If the site or publication portal ...

  • Posted in: AHA Member Forum

    In this case there is no fee for the author: there is institutional support (from a consortium of libraries, I believe) for open-access publishing. ------------------------------

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