CDRS offers journal hosting support services to Columbia faculty and students who want to start or continue publishing a journal. Services include advice on the digitization of print back issues; platform software hosting, updates, and enhancements; integration of interactive elements such as blogs and wikis; copyright consulting; and more. To set up a meeting to explore what we can do for your journal, please email Mark Newton, Production Manager, at email@example.com.
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Monographs and Publishing Partnerships
CDRS provides support for traditional and new publishing models by working with Columbia-based authors and their editors at university presses and academic publishers to create enhanced digital publications of their print books. We also support the creation of digital ancillaries (such as wikis set up for translation of journal articles or blogs for discussion of published work) of pieces that already appear elsewhere online. If you’re interested in having us work with your press or publisher, please email Rebecca Kennison, Director, at rkennison [at] columbia.edu.
- CDRS is partnering with Columbia University Associate Professor of Anthropology Neni Panourgiá and Fordham University Press to produce a dynamic online presentation of digital materials complementing the print version of Dangerous Citizens, an academic work interweaving ethnographic interviews, archival material, previously unpublished personal narratives, memoirs, and images to convey both a history and the microhistories of twentieth-century Greek Leftists. Visit Dangerous Citizens Online. Learn more and read reviews.
- Students for a Cultural Studies Initiative (SCSI) at Columbia’s Teachers College is partnering with CDRS to develop an online platform, Cultural Formations, integrating a journal, blog, and wiki. The project aims to foster open dialogue and feature scholarship on cultural studies and education.