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Archive Issue 4 Deadline Extended!

(cc) Leo Reynolds We’re extending the CFP deadline for our guest-edited issue of Archive to Monday, June 17. If you’ve already started drafting your proposal this should give some welcome breathing room. And, if not…well…get started! To recap, we’re inviting proposals that investigate the possibilities and limits of “publishing the archive.”  Projects can take shape as more traditional

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Marguerite Avery Joins Anvil Board of Directors

We are pleased to announce the addition to our board of Marguerite Avery. She is a senior acquisitions editor at The MIT Press, where she acquires scholarly, trade, and reference work in Science and Technology Studies, Information Science, Communications, and Internet Studies.  She is also Digital Publications Chair of the Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S), a member

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Announcing Anvil Partnership with Trinity College

We’re happy to report more progress this week as we look to future web preservation and consider approaches to editorial review and lightweight production. On this last front, Anvil is pleased to announce a new partnership with Trinity College IT and the Trinfo.Café program. Along with Suzanne Aber, director of IT at Trinity, Carlos Espinosa,

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Announcing Partnership with Internet Archive & Archive-It Service

We are excited to announce that Anvil will be able to offer authors and affiliated projects robust web preservation through Internet Archive’s Archive-It Service. What Archive-It provides Archive-It is a subscription web archiving service from the Internet Archive that helps organizations to harvest, build, and preserve collections of digital content. Anvil will be using the

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Anvil Academic Accepts Three New “Built Upon” Proposals

We are pleased to announce the acceptance by our editorial board and editorial staff of three submissions to our inaugural Built Upon publishing initiative. Anvil regards all three as excellent demonstrations of our vision for post-monograph publishing in the digitally networked age. The three projects are: John C. Gruber-Miller, Professor of Classical Studies, Cornell College:

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