Dozens of liberal arts presidents issue statement backing legislation to put federally sponsored research online, free.
Scholars who run archival projects and university presses question shifts at NEH and apparent move away from peer review.
Endowment accuses scholarly group of "inaccuracies and distortions" -- while admitting that it changed peer review system.
Tennessee Press suspends sale of new book on Andersonville Prison as author admits inappropriate and uncredited similarities to another work.
After period of uncertainty, scholars in Boston and Havana celebrate release of their co-authored book.
MLA proposal to change how professors are hired and promoted draws generally strong support -- and some objections on details.
Cases at Miami Dade and UC Davis call into question professors' motivations.
Group tries to outline how open access would affect scholarly publishing -- and pushes to include monographs in the discussion.
After complaints from MIT faculty and others, engineers' group rethinks policy that limits transmission of materials on an online database.
As publishers gather, university presses consider which books can attract non-academic audiences.
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