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We are proud to announce the release of a new title from Maize Books, A New Insurgency: The Port Huron Statement and Its Times, edited by Howard Brick and Gregory Parker. This volume features three never-before-published “manifesto drafts” written by Tom Hayden in early 1962 that generated the discussion leading to the Port Huron meeting. Other highlights include recollections from leading women in the Port Huron deliberations who, three years later, protested the subordination of women within the…

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Throughout February, we published several new publications: Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association 35.2 Human Figurations 4.2: Reflections on Global Power Relations Journal of Electronic Publishing Volume 18.1: Books in Browsers V Proceedings Volume 18.2: New Forms of Expression Diderot Encyclopedia: 74 new translations added Philosophers’ Imprint: Articles 15.5-15.7 Contemporary Aesthetics Volume 12


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It was a busy start to 2015, and we published several new publications throughout January: Gender, Sexuality, & Feminism Volume 1.2: Special Issue on Economic Crisis and Recovery: Gendered Impacts and Discourses Translating the Americas Volume 2 (Fall 2014) International Computer Music Conference Proceedings: 2013 & 2014 Política Común Volume 6 (2014) Michigan Quarterly Review 53.2 (Spring 2014) Philosophers’ Imprint: 4 new papers


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Over the past two months, Michigan Publishing released 136 new journal articles. Here’s a brief overview of the latest publications: Arkivoc: Archive for Organic Chemistry released 21 new articles. Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists Volume 49 Ergo, an open access journal of philosophy, added 3 new articles to Volume 1. Feminist Studies 40.3 Journal of Anthropological Review 70.4 Journal of Muslim Mental Health 8.2 The Michigan Botanist 51.2 & 51.3 Michigan Family Review Volume 18,…

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Michigan Publishing is pleased to announce the first digital issue of Saksaha: A Journal of Manchu Studies. Volume 12 represents a relaunch of the journal, previously published only in print, as an open-access, online publication. Saksaha is co-edited by Professor Benjamin Levey (University of Michigan, Dearborn) and Professor Matthew Mosca (College of William and Mary). As former editor, Stephen Wadley, explains in the volume’s introduction: I am excited by the prospect of Saksaha appearing in electronic form under…

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As the leaves changed colors and fell, we had another very busy month, publishing several new issues and volumes: Trans-Asia Photography Review published a special issue entitled “Photography and Diaspora,” guest edited by Anthony W. Lee. This issue features two curatorial projects: “Yearning for Home: Representation of North Koreans in the Work of Kim Insook” by Young Min Moon and “Traversing Expanses: The Cambodian-American Diaspora Experience in the Work of Pete Pin, Amy Lee Sanford,…

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Michigan Publishing’s first Maize Book, Living in a Law Transformed: Encounters with the Works of James Boyd White, edited by Julen Etxabe and Gary Watt, was published. Along with the release of our first Maize Book we’re especially excited to launch an updated design for the open access versions of our monographs. This new design aims to improve engagement with our book length content on the web through: responsive features that enable users to comfortably read on smartphones, tablets,…

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Michigan Publishing is pleased to announce the first issue of Weave: Journal of Library User Experience. According to the editors, While new jobs are being created for User Experience librarians and some departments are being renamed “User Experience” teams, there is still no comprehensive, rigorous publication for library UX professionals to share with and learn from their colleagues. Weave is intended to fill that gap. Weave helps practitioners and theorists come together to make libraries better. Alongside…

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We are excited to announce the release of the Journal of Electronic Publishing‘s special issue titled “Metrics for Measuring Publishing Value: Alternative and Otherwise”. This eclectic issue brings together thoughtful research, reporting, and case studies on new forms of evaluation in addition to invigorating older forms of evaluation with new ideas and perspectives. Articles in this issue cover an update on the state of altmetrics from the Impactstory team, a rubric for the assessment of…

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We are pleased to announce the publication of the latest volume of the Michigan Journal of Sustainability. Volume 2 of the journal has a focus on climate change in unique urban and rural environments, such as Detroit, MI and the Lower Rio Grande Valley along the US-Mexico border. The full table of contents is available online, and all articles are free to read. As the editors mention in their introduction, this volume also marks a transition for…

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