Publishing

What the Press Editors Want

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Material culture, American lit, and media studies are all in. Theory and monographs -- not so much.

Radical Change for Tenure

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MLA panel outlines plan to end monograph "fetishization," create agreements between departments and new hires, and rethink evaluation process.

Research Freedom v. National Security

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A government sponsored committee discusses biological studies after  9/11.

Scientific Discourse or Prior Restraint?

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Researchers sought to hold up publication of a study on logging and forest regeneration they say is flawed.

The King and Yale University Press

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Thai government, angry over critical biography of monarch, blocks access to publisher's Web site.

Cut Off and Quickly Restored

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Federal agency suspends funds for a controversial logging study, citing concerns over lobbying, then reverses itself.

Copy Cat Copy Case

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Publishers allege copyright violations against Florida copy shop owner for second time since 2002.

Google's Not-So-Simple Side

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Google’s quest to “organize the world’s information” is supposed to make life easier.  But the issues surrounding the company’s book search program have complicated many academics' views of copyright, because they involve many nuances surrounding security, infrastructure and compensation.

Money Isn't Everything

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Academic research is often big business these days. But the Association of University Technology Managers wants the world to know that it’s about helping people, too.

Stem Cells Meet Google

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U. of Michigan president says critics of book search program and opponents of stem cell research impede the social good.

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