If you are interested in Digital Humanities and the future of publishing (especially electronic and open access publishing), please note that on Thursday November 14 Eileen Joy of punctum books and the BABEL Working Group will present "Freedom, Responsibility, E-Publishing, and Building New Cultural-Intellectual Publics." The talk is co-sponsored by the Digital Humanities Institute, GW MEMSI and the Gelman Library.
Joy will speak at 2 PM in the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Labor History Research Center (Gelman Library room 702). The talk is followed by coffee and cookies. Free and welcomes all who wish to attend. RSVP to email@example.com
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