And just like that, we’re already heading into the end of a busy semester–and a busy year for Michigan Publishing. Take a look at our publishing activity from last month!
- Trans-Asia Photography Review published its Fall 2013 issue, 4.1: Archives. This issue explores the concept of archives as it relates to photography in Asia, the camera as “archiving machine,” and historic Asian photographs. TAP is open to online readers.
- The Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning (MJCSL) released issue 19.1, the latest electronic back issue from Fall 2012. This issue includes seven new articles, which cover topics from faculty assessment to tensions in service learning. MJCSL makes past issues available for free online. Current material is available in hard copy through a subscription.
- Michigan Family Review released a new issue. Volume 17 focuses on the theme of families and disabilities, from learning disabilities and juvenile delinquency to the needs of persons with dementia and their caregivers. MFR is an open-access journal, which publishes one thematic issue per year.
- Philosopher’s Imprint, the open access philosophy series, released a new paper: “Knowledge in Action” by Jonathan Weisberg.