Tag: projects

Adventures in Copyrighting Web Content

As the digital production associate, I’ve been working with the Press’s rights and permissions manager on a weirdly intense aspect of the publishing workflow: copyright. A week ago we reached what I didn’t necessarily expect to be a significant milestone. After a process that began in August 2016, the first interactive scholarly work published under

When Geography, English, and Art Meet

Enchanting the Desert crosses a lot of boundaries, including those of discipline. Identified by the author as cultural geography, the project has now been reviewed by a professor of English (Audrey Goodman, Georgia State) in a venue for art and art history, CAA.Reviews. We encourage you to head on over to CAA.Reviews for the full

New Releases for Spring 2018

Our Spring 2018 catalogs recently arrived, and we are excited to announce three interactive scholarly works to be published in the upcoming season. They are, in order of publication:  Samuel Liebhaber, When Melodies Gather The Mahra people of the southern Arabian Peninsula have no written language but instead possess a rich oral tradition. Samuel Liebhaber

A Not So Little Side Project

Being a pioneer in digital publishing means we have plenty of experiences to share, both successful and, well, educational, but not always very many people to share them with. Although we benefit from fellow presses’ digital initiatives and they graciously keep tabs on and encourage ours, much of our work is very different and it’s