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TOME Author Discussion 1
Join the Penn State University Libraries in a panel discussion with Penn State authors who have published Open Access monographs through the Toward and Open Monograph Ecosystem (TOME) Initiative. TOME is supported by funds from Provost Jones’ office and provides up to $15,000 per monograph to make versions of these works openly available. The authors will share about their research and discuss the impact of having their work published Open Access through the TOME Initiative. There will be 2 panel sessions in this series. Part 1 will feature the following authors and their work:

Hester Blum, The News at the Ends of the Earth: The Print Culture of Polar Exploration (Duke University Press)
Errol Henderson, The Revolution Will Not Be Theorized: Culture Revolution in the Black Power Era (SUNY Press)
Mark Sentesy, Aristotle’s Ontology of Change (Northwestern University Press)
Adrian Wanner, The Bilingual Muse: Self Translation among Russian Poets (Northwestern University Press)

Oct 20, 2020 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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