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Lived Places Publishing Announces The Launch Of The 2024 Collection – Plus More ATG News & Announcements for 5/24/24

by | May 23, 2024 | 0 comments

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Building on the success of the 2023 inaugural collection of 40 ground-breaking ebook titles oriented around the intersection of Social Identity and Place, Lived Places Publishing has just launched the 2024 Collection of 25 additional titles.

Structured as Course Readings, these narrative works are curated under a set of themes including Gender Studies, Forced Migration, Latinx Studies, Artists Studies, Queer & LBGT+ Studies, Disability Studies, Black Studies, and the newest themes Middle Eastern Studies and Jewish Studies.

Curated by theme editors, each work is commissioned for Lived Places, helping to ensure that marginalized voices are not silenced. …”

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Virtual 2024 NISO Plus Global/Online Conference

“The deadline for submitting a proposal for the virtual 2024 NISO Plus Global/Online conference is rapidly approaching! Please be sure to share your ideas for addressing the most pressing issues in scholarly communications by 11:59 pm (Eastern Daylight Time) on May 29. 

NISO Plus Global/Online, to be held virtually September 17–18, 2024, draws professionals from across the information community and around the world, and it’s a great venue for engaging with colleagues to address the challenges and opportunities important to your organization. As with any NISO Plus conference, ideas emerging from the meeting will help to shape discussions about future NISO standards and projects. 

“We welcome proposals from everyone across the information community—those working for libraries, publishers, scholarly infrastructure and tech providers, government agencies, and more—no matter your title or career level. Ideas from professionals outside North America are most welcome, as are proposals and presentations in languages other than English (we will provide translation and transcription services). …”

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