New Issue: Digital Humanities Quarterly

2018 12.2

Articles
Manuscript Study in Digital Spaces: The State of the Field and New Ways Forward
Bridget Almas, The Alpheios Project, Ltd.; Emad Khazraee, School of Information, Kent State University; Matthew Thomas Miller, Roshan Institute for Persian Studies, University of Maryland College Park; Joshua Westgard, University Libraries, University of Maryland College Park

BigDIVA and Networked Browsing: A Case for Generous Interfacing and Joyous Searching
Joel Schneier, North Carolina State University; Timothy Stinson, North Carolina State University; Matthew Davis, McMaster University

Predicting the Past
Tobias Blanke, King’s College London, Department of Digital Humanities

Reverse Engineering the First Humanities Computing Center
Steven Jones, University of South Florida

Issues in Digital Humanities
Methodological Nearness and the Question of Computational Literature
Michael Marcinkowski, Bath Spa University

Author Biographies

CFP: The Reading Room: A Journal of Special Collections

http://readingroom.lib.buffalo.edu/readingroom/

About the Journal
The Reading Room: A Journal of Special Collections is a scholarly journal committed to providing current research and relevant discussion of practices in a special collections library setting. The Reading Room seeks submissions from practitioners and students involved with working in special collections in museums, historical societies, corporate environments, public libraries and academic libraries. Topics may include exhibits, outreach, mentorship, donor relations, teaching, reference, technical and metadata skills, social media, “Lone Arrangers”, management and digital humanities. The journal features single-blind, peer-reviewed research articles and case studies related to all aspects of current special collections work.

CFP: Marketing Libraries Journal

This is a call that is broad and can be applicable to archives.

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Volume 2, Issue 2 (December 2018) (rolling deadline)
http://journal.marketinglibraries.org

Aim and Scope
Marketing Libraries Journal (MLJ) is a peer-reviewed, independently published, open-access scholarly journal that focuses on innovative marketing activities that libraries are engaged in.  Our aim is to publish research and practical examples of library marketing campaigns, library marketing research, public relations campaigns, SWOT analysis, segmentation research, assessment of marketing activities, and tools used for marketing activities.  In addition to peer reviewed articles, the Journal also contains practical articles from different columns. Columnists will be accepting shorter articles on advocacy, branding, library marketing campaigns, “from the trenches”, and technology tools. The Journal is published twice a year.

Guidelines for Submissions
The editorial board seeks submissions in the following two categories:

1. Articles (peer reviewed) (20-25 pages): research-driven articles that aim to provide original scholarship in the field of library marketing, communications, and outreach.
2. Practical Articles  (editorial reviewed) (8-10 pages) : articles from different columns (advocacy, branding, “from the trenches”, campaigns, and technology). Practical articles are reflective and provide best practices, however they are written in an academic tone (3rd person).

Manuscript Format

  • Manuscript style should follow the conventions of the American Psychological Association, 6th Edition
  • Submissions should be 12 point font, Times New Roman, and double-spaced with 1 inch margins on all sides
  • Page number and running head should be placed in the upper right-hand corner of each page
  • The title page should be submitted as a separate document and include each author’s name, affiliation, and e-mail address
  • Submitted manuscripts should begin with a 100-word abstract, with a list of 5 keywords, numbered as page 1
  • One submission per author per call
  • Allow 3 months for manuscript status notification

Submission Process

Scholarly Submissions http://journal.marketinglibraries.org/schol-submit.html

Practical (Column) Submissions http://journal.marketinglibraries.org/column-submit.html
Please ensure that your manuscript has not been previously published and is not currently under consideration for publication elsewhere.

Review of manuscripts will begin after the call for papers deadline.  When a manuscript has been  accepted for publication, authors will be required to submit a complete electronic copy of the final version.

Editorship and Ethics

We reserve the right to make editorial changes for style, clarity, and consistency. To ensure ethical practices, all reviewers, editors,  and authors must contact the Journal if there may be any conflict of interest.  For more information, please contact the editors at map@marketinglibraries.org

Open Access
The Journal is open access “gold” and “green”. There are no author processing fees. Authors are never charged any article submission or processing fees. Both readers and authors can access articles for free. Authors can self archive their articles at the time of publication. Authors can self archive in digital repositories or on their own personal websites at publication. Please ensure to indicate the URL of the journal when self archiving.  Authors retain copyright and full publishing rights. Articles are published under a CC-BY-NC-SA license.

Indexing and Discoverability

Marketing Libraries Journal is indexed in the International ISSN database, World Cat, Ulrich’s Serials Directory, and the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). In 2019, we hope to continue indexing opportunities with EBSCO, SHERPA/RoMEO, and other database providers.

ISSN: 2475-8116

Call for Associate Editors: Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies

Note: applicants must be members of the New England Archivists in good standing.

The Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies, sponsored by New England Archivists and Yale University Library, seeks applications for Associate Editors. Three positions are available (term starting March 2019).

The Associate Editor works in collaboration with the Managing Editor and other members of the Editorial Board to solicit, select, and develop content for the journal. Primary duties include selection of peer reviewers for assigned submissions and supervising the peer review process in consultation with the Managing Editor, evaluating peer review reports, and making recommendations to the Managing Editor on the suitability of submissions for publication.

Additional duties include participation in programming at events, soliciting submissions, assisting in the development of content, and actively participating in the management of the journal. Terms of service are three years with the opportunity for a second term for a total of six years of service.

JCAS is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that furthers awareness of issues and developments in the work of professional archivists, curators, librarians, and historians. It serves as a locus for graduate students and professionals in library science, archival science, and public history to contribute original works of research and inquiry for peer review and publication. The journal publishes on an article-by-article basis.

Applicants must submit a résumé/CV and a brief statement of interes​t​​ ​to email.jcas@gmail.com by Tuesday, September 4.

New Issue: Italian Journal of Library, Archives, and Information Science

Vol. 9, No. 2 (2018)

Essays

Language as Scientific Instrument: a Preliminary Digital Analysis of Christiaan Huygens’ Last Writings and Correspondence
Ludovica Marinucci

Archival education in the age of social media in Algeria: opportunities and future horizonsArchival education in the age of social media in Algeria: opportunities and future horizonsBehdja Boumarafi, Khaled Mettai

Documents and digital archive in public school sector
Francesco Del Castillo

Contributes

The space in the library. A methodological reflection
Alfredo Giovanni Broletti

Selling & Collecting: Printed Book Sale Catalogues and Private Libraries in Early Modern Europe

Introduction. The development of the book market and book collecting in the sixteenth century
Giovanna Granata, Angela Nuovo

The collection of Monserrat Rosselló in the University Library of Cagliari
Giovanna Granata

Building an up-to-date library. Prospero’s Podiani use of booksellers’ catalogues, with special reference to law books
Maria Alessandra Panzanelli Fratoni

A sale of books in Genoa in 1583
Graziano Ruffini

Printed catalogues of booksellers as a source for the history of the book trade
Christian Coppens, Angela Nuovo

Book prices and monetary issues in Renaissance Europe
Francesco Ammannati

Prices in Robert Estienne’s booksellers’ catalogues (Paris 1541-1552): a statistical analysis
Goran Proot

Ordinary and extraordinary prices in the Giolito Libri spirituali sales List
Giliola Barbero

Peace at the Lily. The De Franceschi section in the stockbook of Bernardino Giunti
Flavia Bruni

The sale of Italian books in Madrid during the reign of Felipe II: Simone Vassalini’s catalogue (1597)
Pedro Rueda Ramírez

Reports & Reviews

The early printed book. Limits and perspectives of censuses
Fabio Cusimano

 

New Issue: VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture

VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture
(open access)

Editorial

Old Stories and New Developments: Engaging with Audiovisual Heritage Online
Alexander Badenoch, Jasmijn van Gorp, Berber Hagedoorn, Judith Keilbach, Eggo Müller, Dana Mustata

Discoveries

Did Grace Kelly Shed a Tear? The Monegasque Royal Wedding as a Disruptive Television Event
John Ellis

‘Great Stuff!’: British Pathé’s YouTube Channel and Curatorial Strategies for Audiovisual Heritage in a Commercial Ecosystem
Eggo Müller

Crossing the Theory-Practice Divide: a Multi-Perspective Reflection on a Practical Course for Film and Television Students
Willemien Sanders, Daniel Everts, Bonnie Van Vugt

Because His Bike Stood There: Visual Documents, Visible Evidence and the Discourse of Documentary
Frank Kessler

Keeping Up the Live: Recorded Television as Live Experience
Karin van Es, Judith Keilbach

Televisual Satire in the Age of Glocalization: The Case of ‘Zondag met Lubach’
Ivo Nieuwenhuis

Explorations

Is the End of Television Coming to an End?
Jérôme Bourdon

TV on the Radio/ Radio on Television: European Television Heritage as a Source for Understanding Radio History
Alexander Badenoch, Berber Hagedoorn

‘Failed Interviews’: Doing Television History With Women
Dana Mustata

What Is Not in the Archive: Teaching Television History in the Digital Humanities Era
Jasmijn Van Gorp, Rosita Kiewik

‘On the Road Again’: An EMA-Journey to the Origins of Transnational Television in Europe
Andreas Fickers, Andy O’Dwyer, Alexandre Germain