GRBS is a peer-reviewed quarterly journal devoted to the culture and history of Greece from Antiquity to the Renaissance, featuring research on all aspects of the Hellenic world from prehistoric antiquity through the Greek, Roman, and Byzantine periods, including studies of modern classical scholarship.
andererseits: Yearbook of Transatlantic German Studies is a joint effort between Duke University and Uni Duisburg-Essen. It is an open access journal published both online and in print that seeks to represent the broad field of German studies in its many facets. We welcome work from faculty, independent scholars, graduate students and advanced undergraduates in both German and English.
ВИВЛИОѲИКА: E-Journal of Eighteenth-Century Russian Studies is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal devoted to the culture and history of the Russian Empire during 'the long eighteenth century' (1660-1830). The journal is open to submissions in all relevant disciplines and in all the major languages in which eighteenth-century Russian studies is researched. We define 'Russian' broadly, meaning more-or-less 'Rossiiskaia,' or the Russian empire, inclusive of non-Russian ethnicities, nationalities, and confessions.
If you are a member of the Duke community and are interested in creating a peer-reviewed online scholarly journal or in changing an existing print scholarly journal into one that is available online, the Duke University Libraries may be able to help you set up and host an online journal.
We can help members of the Duke community to establish an online journal using the Open Journal Systems (OJS) software. We host the software and will help you learn how to use it. We can provide guidance and advice as you format your journal and develop its sections.
OJS was developed by the Public Knowledge Project to manage the overhead of creating and sustaining a journal, and make open access publishing simpler. Today, more than 7500 journals use OJS as their publishing platform. OJS will guide you as you set up a journal. Its templates will help you to design your journal's appearance and its internal structure. Online publication removes the barrier of printing costs. OJS's real strength comes through in the way it helps you manage the publishing process, from receiving submissions through peer review, editing, layout, and publication. The process is all online, and OJS will help you track and manage articles as they move through the review process, keeping the publication process on schedule.
Open Access for Scholarly Writing (Duke Today, March 2010)
Faculty Move Forward on Open Access Policy (Duke Today, March 2010)
Open Access at Duke (Scholarly Communications @ Duke, March 2010)
Setting the Default to Open: Paolo Mangiafico, on Open Access at Duke University (opensource.com, May 2010)
Duke Joins Compact for Open Access to Scholarly Journals (Duke Today, October 2010)Libraries Offer Tools and Support for Open-Access Publishing (Duke Libraries, June 2011)
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