, the nonprofit, open-access scholarly communication platform open to all and run by the MLA, celebrates its first birthday this week. We’re feting our 11,500 members and almost 3,800 open-access items by publishing blog posts by users, supporters, and the team all week long.
, read project director Kathleen Fitzpatrick on
the history of the project
NEH-ODH director Brett Bobley on the i
mportance of our position contra firms "intent on selling and mining academic work"
, and members Martin Paul Eve on
using Humanities Commons to engage with the public
Christopher P. Long on the
cultivation of sustainable communities
and Jean Marie Carey on the
importance of the Commons for her interdisciplinary work
New posts every day this week!
Nicky Agate, PhD
Head of Digital Initiatives
Office of Scholarly Communication
Modern Language Association
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