Okay, so it is April 1, but the title of this post is no joke.
The most recent episode of Digital Campus is up and available for your listening pleasure and our topic is new (and possibly super) models for academic publishing in the humanities. Dan, Tom, and I consider what it means when one can access more than 500,000 books on your mobile phone, whether print journals will die out before newspapers do, and even a possible role for the AHA once the American Historical Review ceases to be relevant as a platform for scholarly communication.
Don’t worry. No prank emails will be sent to you if you listen to the podcast. We promise.