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New Releases

Happy spring! The temperatures are finally starting to warm up a bit here in Ann Arbor, and April showers have begun to replace the snow. We’re pleased to share with you our new content from the month of March:
  • A new issue of The Journal of Electronic Publishing is now available online.  JEP 17.1 is an experimental issue of the proceedings of Books in Browsers IV. From managing editor Jonathan McGlone: “Emboldened by the experimental spirit of the Books in Browsers community, JEP’s BiB IV Proceedings issue charts new territory for our editorial and production processes, challenging what we traditionally thought of as conference proceedings. By reducing a proceedings to recorded video, slides, and making submission of papers optional, this lighter proceedings narrows the time gap between conference closing and proceedings publication. However, in doing so introduces a new set of editorial and production challenges to our traditional workflows.” Read the entire issue here.
  • A new issue of the Journal of Anthropological Research was published. The Spring 2014 issue of JAR (70.1) features a tribute to anthropologist George W. Stocking, Jr., four new articles, and numerous reviews of new publications. This publication is available in full to subscribers only, but anyone may search the journal archive, view results, and purchase individual articles as PDFs.
  • Philosopher’s Imprint, the open access philosophy series, released four new papers: “Decision-Making Under Indeterminacy” by J. Robert G. Williams, “Expressivism and Moore’s Paradox” by Jack Woods, “Machine-Likeness and Explanation by Decomposition” by Arnon Levy, and, last but not least, the excellently titled “Why ‘Ought’ Detaches: Or, Why You Ought to Get with My Friends (If You Want to Be My Lover)” by Alex Silk.
  • ARKIVOC, the open access organic chemistry journal, released 11 new and updated articles. Articles from ARKIVOC are freely available  for all to read or download.
  • The latest in the digitalculturebooks series, Pastplay: Teaching and Learning History with Technology, by Kevin Kee. Read more here.
  • The Journal of Muslim Mental Health released three early release articles from issue 8.1:

    JMMH is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes research and clinical material relating to the mental health of Muslims in the United States and globally. It freely available online to read or download.

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