October Publications Round-Up
We at the Digital Publishing Production unit of MPublishing work with publishing partners at the University of Michigan and around the world to increase access to new and existing academic work. Here’s what’s new for the month of October:
- Nineteen new and updated articles in ARKIVOC, the free online journal for organic chemistry.
- Feminist Studies published issue 38.2. From the abstract, ”Authors in this issue take up what we call the politics of history and recovery across a range of genres: from historical fiction and literary, film, and art sources to ever-changing electronic archives.features a variety of poetry, fiction, and scholarly articles that focus on the theme of feminist histories and institutional practices.” Feminist Studies is available in its entirety to subscribers, but anyone can search or browse the journal and purchase PDFs of individual articles.
- The Groves Monographs on Marriage and Family series released its second volume, History and Impact on Family Science. Groves Monographs is an edited book series, beginning in 2010, based on the annual Groves Conference on Marriage and Family. The volumes are openly accessible online; new issues are also announced on the conference website.
- The International Computer Music Association (ICMA) released the proceedings from the 2012 ICMC, which is the preeminent yearly gathering of computer music practitioners from around the world.
- The Philosopher’s Imprint released a new paper: Thank Goodness that Argument is Over: Explaining the Temporal Value Asymmetry, by Christopher Suhler of UC San Diego.
- Trans-Asia Photography Review published its Fall 2012 issue: The Aftereffects of War in Asia: Histories, Pictures and Anxieties; Guest Edited by Young Min Moon. This issue includes numerous articles, book reviews, and an overview of a digital photography archive. TAP is open to online readers.