Open Humanities Press

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Open Humanities Press
Founded 2006
Founder Paul Ashton, Gary Hall, Sigi Jöttkandt and David Ottina
Country of origin United Kingdom
Headquarters location London
Publication types Books, Journals
Nonfiction topics Humanities
Official website www.openhumanitiespress.org

Open Humanities Press is an international open access publishing initiative in the humanities, specializing in critical and cultural theory. OHP's editorial board includes leading scholars such as Alain Badiou, Jonathan Culler, Stephen Greenblatt, Jean-Claude Guédon, J. Hillis Miller, Antonio Negri, Peter Suber and Gayatri Spivak among others.

History[edit]

The Open Humanities Press (OHP) is a scholar-led publishing initiative founded by Paul Ashton (Australia), Gary Hall (UK), Sigi Jöttkandt (Australia) and David Ottina (US). Its aim is to raise awareness of open access publishing in the humanities and to provide promotional and technical support to open access journals that have been invited by OHP's editorial oversight group to join the collective.

OHP launched in May 2008 with seven open access journals and was named a "beacon of hope" by the Public Library of Science.[1] In August, 2009 OHP announced it will begin publishing open access book series edited by senior members of OHP's board.

Works[edit]

Books[edit]

The monograph series are:

The New Metaphysics series includes:

  • Being Up For Grabs: On Speculative Anarcheology by Hilan Bensusan
  • New Materialism: Interviews & Cartographies edited by Rick Dolphijn and Iris van der Tuin
  • Ontological Catastrophe: Žižek and the Paradoxical Metaphysics of German Idealism by Joseph Carew
  • Plastic Bodies: Rebuilding Sensation After Phenomenology by Tom Sparrow with foreword by Catherine Malabou
  • Realist Magic: Objects, Ontology, Causality by Timothy Morton
  • The Being of Analogy by Noah Roderick
  • The Democracy of Objects by Levi Bryant

The Immediations series includes:

Journals[edit]

Open Humanities Press also host several open access journals, including the following:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Public Library of Science

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