The immaturity of open access monograph publishing compared with that of its siblings of journal and article publishing is well known. This is in spite of the evidence that “open access monograph publishing could indeed offer researchers new opportunities” (Collins et al., 2015), broaden, and deepen the impact of such scholarship. Continue reading
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Out Now: Love & its Critics: From the Song of Songs to Shakespeare and Milton's Eden, by Michael Bryson and Arpi Movsesian.
We are delighted that this lively and provocative study of love poetry, and the responses of its critics throughout history, is our hundredth book!
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