Living Books about History represent a new form of digital anthology. They present short essays on current topics of scholarly interest accompanied by selected contributions that are freely available online.
The project is testing a new form of scholarly publication and aims to draw attention to the potentials of open access by rediscovering and reusing scholarly texts and sources. Contributions:
- Tara Andrews: Digital Humanities
- Almut Höfert: Miracels, Marvels and Monsters in the Middle Ages
- Guido Koller, Sebastian Schüpbach: The History of Modern Administration
- Martin Lengwiler, Beat Stüdli: History of the Welfare State
- Daniel Speich Chassé: La situation coloniale
Have a look on Living Books about History. It’s cool.