Watch the Recording: Moving Beyond the Monograph- New and Creative Models of Academic Publication Scholars Should Know About
Chris Harrison, Publication Director at Cambridge University Press, speaks about out-of-the-box models of academic publication, including the groundbreaking Cambridge 'Elements' series.

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Chris Harrison

Publishing Development Director,
Humanities & Social Sciences at Cambridge University Press

Chris Harrison, Publication Director at Cambridge University Press, sat down with Avi to discuss new models of academic publication that will change the look of the traditional academic manuscript.
  • Is it time to rethink the traditional publishing models?
  • How can publishers become more accommodating of interdisciplinary research?
  • What would combining the best features of academic books and articles look like in a digital environment?
  • What should scholars do with a manuscript that is longer than a journal article but shorter than a full-length monograph?
  • What does dynamic research content look like and how can it change the way we present our research?

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