New Publication Cultures in the Humanities: Exploring the Paradigm Shift
Péter Dávidházi
New Publication Cultures in the Humanities: Exploring the Paradigm Shift

The changes we have seen in recent years in the scholarly publishing world - including the growth of digital publishing and changes to the role and strategies of publishers and libraries alike - represent the most dramatic paradigm shift in scholarly communications in centuries. This volume brings together leading scholars from across the humanities to explore that transformation and consider the challenges and opportunities it brings.

Table of Contents
Exploring Paradigms and Ourselves
Péter Dávidházi
The Digital Enterprise: Views Philosophical, Historical and Personal
Digital Humanities
Jacques Dubucs
Looking Forwards, Not Back
Some Ideas on the Future of Electronic Publications
Gudrun Gersmann
The Dynamics of Digital Publications
An Exploration of Digital Lexicography
Claudine Moulin and Julianne Nyhan
Too Much of a Good Thing?
Or, A Historian Swamped by the Web
Luca Codignola
Changing Models for Textual Editing in Electronic Publication
Electronic Textual Criticism
A Challenge to the Editor and to the Publisher
Gábor Kecskeméti
Computer-assisted Scholarly Editing of Manuscript Sources
Andrea Bozzi
Electronic Media and Changing Methods in Classics
Bernhard Palme
Cutting Edge New Means of Access, Evaluation and Funding
Publication Practices in Motion
The Benefits of Open Access Publishing for the Humanities
Janneke Adema and Eelco Ferwerda
The Future of Publications in the Humanities
Possible Impacts of Research Assessment1
Milena Žic Fuchs
ERIH’s Role in the Evaluation of Research Achievements in the Humanities
Ferenc Kiefer
Performing Excellence in the Humanities
The Funding Initiative ‘Opus Magnum’ of the VolkswagenStiftung
Vera Szöllösi-Brenig
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