To wrap-up the year and the decade.... Dunley, K., Priego, E. and Wilkins, P., 2020. Our Pandemic Year: On the Comics Scholarship to Come. The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship, 10(1), p.15. DOI: http://doi.org/10.16995/cg.227
The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship has now closed for submissions until 1st November 2019. Here you will find a listing of the articles published so far in Volume 9 (2019).
The undersigned request UNAM makes the complete archive of Periódico de Poesía (including all the issues published between 2007 and 2018, which are currently missing) openly available to the public again.
The 2018 Comics Grid year in review.
The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship has been kindly nominated for a Digital Humanities Award 2017 in the Public Engagement category. If you like what we do, please vote for us.
The report 'Untangling Academic Publishing: A history of the relationship between commercial interests, academic prestige and the circulation of research' (Fyfe et al 2017) has been published today. I share some of the key recommendations.
So 'post-truth' is the OED's international word of the year....
Shouldn't calls for papers include licensing and access type information?
Today in The Conversation UK, my piece on hyperauthorship... what happens to the concept of 'author' when articles creidt thousands of authors?
Where a share video and slides from my plenary talk at the UKSG conference in Harrogate, UK, as well as some data from the #uksglive conference backhannel.
With the APC rates charged by major publishers, who is being excluded from Open Access publishing as currently implemented by the major publishers in scientific/academic publishing?
I have deposited on figshare a third alluvial diagram, this time focusing on the country of affiliation of the Principal Investigator/Author of the articles and the geographical area mentioned in the article title.