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ACLS Humanities E-Book is excited to be heading to Washington D.C. on March 10 to participate in the NFAIS Humanities Roundtable. This year’s theme, Evaluation of Digital Scholarship in the Humanities and Its Impact, offers the opportunity for scholarly publishers, researchers, and more to engage on the tools and methods of evaluating their output in today’s digital landscape. HEB is proud to have participated in past NFAIS roundtables and can vouch for how great the programming is!
Bonus: Since you will already be in D.C. for the Humanities Roundtable, you can stick around the capital area for a few days for the NHA Annual Meeting and Advocacy Day. Be part of the hundreds of scholars, administrators, publishers, and more taking to the Hill and encourage your elected officials to support the National Humanities Alliance!
Below are a few of the speakers you have the opportunity to see during the NFAIS Humanities Roundtable:
Professor, English, Director, Center of Digital Humanities Research (CoDHR), Texas A & M
Peer Review, Tenure, and Promotion for Digital Scholarship in the Humanities
Director, UNC Press
In Search of the Sustainable Digital Monographs
Senior Program Manager, Scholarly Publishing and Special Projects, John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute, Duke University
Publishing and Peer Review in a Postdigital Future