Welcome to the website for the Digital Publishing in the Humanities initiative at Emory University. Sponsored by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the initiative aims both to educate the Emory community about the emerging publication options in humanities scholarship, and to offer subventions that support the publication of digital/open access monographs by Emory faculty.
The landscape of scholarly publications is changing rapidly, and we hope to provide an easy point of entry for all faculty, with or without digital scholarship experience, who publish in the humanities or humanistic social sciences. Participate in our campus programs by attending a presentation, talk, workshop, or reading group. Learn more on this website about open access publishing and digital monographs. Schedule a presentation for your department or class, or request an individual consultation. Staff members Sarah McKee, Lucy Webster, and Yang Li look forward to helping you realize your digital monograph projects.
Digital Publishing in the Humanities is a program of the Bill and Carol Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry, in partnership with the Center for Faculty Development and Excellence, the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship, and Emory Libraries.