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The Resource The Specialized scholarly monograph in crisis, or, How can I get tenure if you won't publish my book? : proceedings of a conference sponsored by American Council of Learned Societies, Association of American University Presses, [and] Association of Research Libraries [in] Washington, D.C. September 11-12, 1997, edited by Mary M. Case

The Specialized scholarly monograph in crisis, or, How can I get tenure if you won't publish my book? : proceedings of a conference sponsored by American Council of Learned Societies, Association of American University Presses, [and] Association of Research Libraries [in] Washington, D.C. September 11-12, 1997, edited by Mary M. Case

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The Specialized scholarly monograph in crisis, or, How can I get tenure if you won't publish my book? : proceedings of a conference sponsored by American Council of Learned Societies, Association of American University Presses, [and] Association of Research Libraries [in] Washington, D.C. September 11-12, 1997
Title
The Specialized scholarly monograph in crisis, or, How can I get tenure if you won't publish my book?
Title remainder
proceedings of a conference sponsored by American Council of Learned Societies, Association of American University Presses, [and] Association of Research Libraries [in] Washington, D.C. September 11-12, 1997
Statement of responsibility
edited by Mary M. Case
Title variation
How can I get tenure if you won't publish my book?
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Language
eng
Cataloging source
TJC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Case, Mary M
  • American Council of Learned Societies
  • Association of Research Libraries
  • Association of American University Presses
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  • Scholarly publishing
  • Electronic publishing
  • University presses
Label
The Specialized scholarly monograph in crisis, or, How can I get tenure if you won't publish my book? : proceedings of a conference sponsored by American Council of Learned Societies, Association of American University Presses, [and] Association of Research Libraries [in] Washington, D.C. September 11-12, 1997, edited by Mary M. Case
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Publication
Contents
pt. 1. Introduction -- Welcome and introduction / Kate Torrey -- pt. 2. Overview of scholarly communication issues -- The once and future monograph / Stanley Chodorow -- Why do we write stuff that even our colleagues don't want to read? / R. Stephen Humphreys -- Reaching specialized audiences: the publisher's conundrum / Joanna Hitchcock -- pt. 3. Economics of the specialized monograph -- How much does it cost to publish a monograph and why? / Marlie Wasserman -- Digital alternatives: solving the problem or shifting the costs? / Colin Day -- Just-in-time scholarly monographs / Scott Bennett -- pt. 4. Changing expectations for faculty -- Is there a crisis? If so, does it matter? A view from a liberal arts college / Charles Beitz -- Promotion: a triple whammy at research universities / Peter Nathan -- Advancing humanistic scholarship in the pre-tenure years / John H. D'Arms -- pt. 5. Impact of the current environment -- Thinking systematically about the crisis in schololarly communication / Sanford G. Thatcher -- pt. 6. Experiments in monographic publishing -- Columbia International affairs online / Kate Wittenberg -- Scholarly monographs online: potentialities and realities suggested by the Columbia University online books evaluation project / Carol Mandel and Mary Summerfield -- A place for the small press in university publishing / Robert Langenfeld -- Learning by doing: publishing Latin American Studies books on the net / Norris Pope -- pt. 7. New frameworks for scholarly research and communication -- University publishing in the electronic age: a collaboration among university presses, libraries, and computing centers / Shelia Creth -- The scholarly monographs's descendants / Clifford Lynch -- The AHA/ARL proposal on the endangered monograph / Sandria B. Freitag -- pt. 8. Future directions -- The future of the genre / Teresa Sullivan
Control code
000132835
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
vii, 178 p.
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000132835
  • (OCoLC)41282951
Label
The Specialized scholarly monograph in crisis, or, How can I get tenure if you won't publish my book? : proceedings of a conference sponsored by American Council of Learned Societies, Association of American University Presses, [and] Association of Research Libraries [in] Washington, D.C. September 11-12, 1997, edited by Mary M. Case
Publication
Contents
pt. 1. Introduction -- Welcome and introduction / Kate Torrey -- pt. 2. Overview of scholarly communication issues -- The once and future monograph / Stanley Chodorow -- Why do we write stuff that even our colleagues don't want to read? / R. Stephen Humphreys -- Reaching specialized audiences: the publisher's conundrum / Joanna Hitchcock -- pt. 3. Economics of the specialized monograph -- How much does it cost to publish a monograph and why? / Marlie Wasserman -- Digital alternatives: solving the problem or shifting the costs? / Colin Day -- Just-in-time scholarly monographs / Scott Bennett -- pt. 4. Changing expectations for faculty -- Is there a crisis? If so, does it matter? A view from a liberal arts college / Charles Beitz -- Promotion: a triple whammy at research universities / Peter Nathan -- Advancing humanistic scholarship in the pre-tenure years / John H. D'Arms -- pt. 5. Impact of the current environment -- Thinking systematically about the crisis in schololarly communication / Sanford G. Thatcher -- pt. 6. Experiments in monographic publishing -- Columbia International affairs online / Kate Wittenberg -- Scholarly monographs online: potentialities and realities suggested by the Columbia University online books evaluation project / Carol Mandel and Mary Summerfield -- A place for the small press in university publishing / Robert Langenfeld -- Learning by doing: publishing Latin American Studies books on the net / Norris Pope -- pt. 7. New frameworks for scholarly research and communication -- University publishing in the electronic age: a collaboration among university presses, libraries, and computing centers / Shelia Creth -- The scholarly monographs's descendants / Clifford Lynch -- The AHA/ARL proposal on the endangered monograph / Sandria B. Freitag -- pt. 8. Future directions -- The future of the genre / Teresa Sullivan
Control code
000132835
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
vii, 178 p.
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000132835
  • (OCoLC)41282951

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