How is an e-journal different from a printed periodical? What is involved in the production process of an online publication? Electronic resources have been reshaping significantly the ways in which we conduct research, but how are online publications contributing to changing scholarly practices in the Humanities?
Michael Papio (Associate Professor of Italian Studies, and Editor-in-Chief of Heliotropia: A Forum for Boccaccio Research and Interpretation) and Albert Lloret (Assistant Professor of Spanish, and Managing Editor of Digital Philology: A Journal of Medieval Cultures) will address these and other questions regarding the forms and functions of e- journals in academia, and the myths that often surround electronic publication. Discussion will follow.
Lunch will be provided.
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