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Happy #AcademicBookWeek #WomenWriters #Diversity

Stockholm University Press would like to contribute to #AcademicBookWeek, and present three of our books and their author(s)/editors to celebrate also #WomenWriters and #Diversity.

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Stockholm University Press News

University of North Carolina: Libraries Partner on Open-Access Publication Series

University of North Carolina: Libraries Partner on Open-Access Publication Series. “The University of North Carolina Press, the Institute for the Study of the Americas and the University Libraries published the first title in their collaborative open-access series, Studies in Latin America. 75 more words

Tweaks & Updates

Government for the People: Ukraine’s Paperwork Online (Ukraine Business Journal)

Ukraine Business Journal: Government for the People: Ukraine’s Paperwork Online. “Historically, getting official paperwork done in Ukraine — or anywhere — doesn’t happen fast. Kyiv city streets are dotted with signs for public notaries but government procedures remain paperbound and bureaucratic. 52 more words

Around The Search & Social Media World

Cleaning Modern Oil Paints Project

Tate is the newest recipient of the NHSF Gold Open Access grant for the publication of heritage science research. The grant enabled the publication of the research paper… 632 more words

Heritage Science

Educación, racismo cultural y seguridad nacional: la escuela intercultural en contextos de violencia (2018)

Patricio Lepe-Carrión, Educación, racismo cultural y seguridad nacional: la escuela intercultural en contextos de violencia, Educação e Pesquisa, vol.44 São Paulo 2018 Epub 16-Abr-2018… 533 more words

Journal Articles

7 tips for researchers: Handy hints from the Library

Hello all!  I’ve been intending to write this post for a while.  Here in the Library we get asked all sorts of questions from research staff.  602 more words

Research And Innovation

Protest Movements in Asylum and Deportation -- Out Now

The book of the Taking Sides project is out now as an e-book: “Protest Movements in Asylum and Deportation“. It’s open access, so there’s no reason not to read it! 495 more words

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