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As an open access press, we at Punctum work not only to make publicly available the research and writing that we publish, but also communicate clearly and openly our internal operations toward a more collaborative commons for scholarship. Read our latest operation report.
On 21 July, join Catherine E. Karkov, Anna Kłosowska, and Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei, editors of Disturbing Times: Medieval Pasts, Reimagined Futures (Earth, Milky Way: punctum books, 2020) as they discuss the responsibilities and possibilities of academic disciplines as the meeting point between past and present.
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Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei joins Juan Pablo Alperin (Public Knowledge Project), Sarah Greaves (Hindawi), Lara Speicher (UCL Press), and Stephanie Orphan (Portico) in steering this outstanding organization as it champions open access publishing for the global public good.
Felice Blake, punctum author and editor (ANTIRACISM INC.), is featured in this course on Cultivating an Antiracist Pedagogy led by Nedda Mehdizadeh and Ambereen Dadabhoy for Folger Research's Critical Race Conversations.
punctum comms, Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei
In May, Project Muse announced that it would wave its title processing fees for open access books throughout 2020, which has provided punctum books the opportunity to upload its entire back catalog to their platform, increasing visibility for all our past publications, authors, and editors.
Catalyst Journal, Richard Doyle
Covert Plants: Vegetal Consciousness and Agency in an Anthropocentric World edited by Prudence Gibson and Baylee Brits and published by Punctum Books in 2018 described as "a glorious sampler of strains and genres of plentiful plantitude" and "a vegetalismo of academic reason."
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Punctum Books is proud to announce that California State University, Northridge’s Oviatt Library is the newest member of our Supporting Library Membership Program.
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