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Grant: Modern Endangered Archives Program, Call for Applications

A Global Program for Modern Cultural Heritage Preservation
 
The Modern Endangered Archives Program (MEAP) funds projects that document, digitize and make accessible endangered archival materials from the 20th and 21st Centuries, including print, photographic, film, audio, ephemeral, and born digital objects.

What if your research could be read by millions of people?

I am delighted to invite you to a discussion with Bruce Wilson, Chief Innovation and Development Officer at 'The Conversation'. Bruce has helped thousands of scholars turn their research into impactful news stories and commentary that reaches millions of readers in major media outlets such as The Washington Post, CNN, Scientific American, and the Associated Press daily feed.

 

Publishing During a Pandemic: A Roundtable Discussion with Leading Publishers on the Latest Developments in Academic Publication

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many publishers to change their workflow to publish relevant research faster and in a more accessible way. Join us to hear Katie Stileman, Princeton University Press; Duncan Nicholas, President of EASE; and Michael Willis from Wiley discuss what the pandemic has meant thus far for the world of publishing.

Among the topics we will discuss: