The Art of the Review - Episode 14 Peer Review & the Digital Humanities

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In this episode, we return to the topic of peer review, this time discussing the peer review process for editing and publishing scholarly editions. Robert interviews Mark Kamrath, a Professor of English at the University of Central Florida.

MLA to give EBSCO exlusive rights to its bibliography

Friends:

The Modern Language Association has issued a letter announcing that it plans to transfer exclusive rights to sell access to its MLA bibliography to EBSCO.  EBSCO will sell  the bibliography to libraries as part of the content packages it normally offers. Gale Cengage, which has also offered the bibliography, has expressed disappointment over this development.  The MLA says that maintaining the bibliography on several different "platforms" was eating up too much valuable staff time. 

Below is a link to the MLA letter concerning its decision.

CFP: Translation & Temporality: 2 Hebrew Literature panels at the MLA (Modern Language Association)

The Hebrew committee at the MLA (Modern Language Association) has has proposed two panels for the 2019 convention: one on translation and one on temporality (details below). If you're interested in participating in one of these, please send a title and a short paragraph ASAP to vshemtov@stanford.edu.

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