With Open Access Week now in full swing, we’re proud to announce that Writing History in the Digital Age has been approved for publication as part of the University of Michigan Press’s open access imprint digitalculturebooks.
The collection, a born-digital, openly reviewed volume of essays about the interactions between the discipline of history and new digital tools for research and teaching, is currently available at http://writinghistory.trincoll.edu. Co-editors Jack Dougherty and Kristen Nawrotzki discuss the official publication announcement in more detail here.
Yesterday, MPublishing alum Korey Jackson interviewed the volume’s co-editors about the development of the Writing History project, discussing everything from the open review process to the CommentPress platform used to host the collection. You can find the full interview on the Anvil Academic site.
Congratulations all around for this fitting Open Access Week achievement!