SUP announces a new publishing initiative for digital humanists and computational social scientists.
It is with great excitement that Stanford University Press announces a novel publishing initative for scholars in the digital humanities and computational social sciences; With generous grant funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and in partnership with Stanford University Libraries and the University of Richmond's Digital Scholarship Lab, SUP will embark on a mission to design a validated, peer-reviewed process for publishing interactive, digital-born scholarship in true-to-form digital formats. This week, the Stanford Press blog presents a lineup of posts detailing the Press's new venture, including commentary from Press Director, Alan Harvey, and a word from scholar, Nicholas Bauch, whose digital project will be the pilot publication for this new publishing program.
SUP launches a publishing program for projects in the digital humanities and computational social sciences.
SUP director, Alan Harvey, on the Press’s new publishing paradigm.
Nicholas Bauch, the author behind SUP’s first digital humanities publication shares his thoughts.
Stanford University Press awarded $1.2 million for the publishing of interactive scholarly works.