Between April-June 2021 the British Library and Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge, will co-host Histories and Archives of Arabic Publishing: an online series of talks exploring publishing practices in Arabic as a site for unfolding intellectual networks, artistic practices and political imaginaries from the 1960s until the present.
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"Pluto Journals, the social sciences publisher based in London, UK, has successfully reached the goal to flip its complete journal portfolio of 21 journals to Open Access from 2021 onwards.
The project “Pluto Open Journals” was realized in partnership with Knowledge Unlatched (KU), and supported by the conceivers of the ground-breaking Subscribe-to-Open (S2O) model, Libraria, a group of anthropologists and other social scientists committed to Open Access."