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Collingwood and British Idealism Studies

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : Collingwood and British Idealism Studies

From the Cardiff University website for the British Idealism and Collingwood Centre:

“The Collingwood and British Idealism Centre was established in 1994 at the University of Wales, Swansea, with the aim of promoting and encouraging research into the life and philosophy of R. G. Collingwood and moved to Cardiff University in 2000.

“The Centre produces a journal, Collingwood and British Idealism Studies edited by Andrew Vincent, David Boucher & Bruce Haddock, publishes books, provides physical and intellectual support, houses copies of manuscripts from a range of British Idealists, printed books and over 120 Ph.D. theses from all over the world, and organises conferences for which we have had support from the British Academy and AHRC.

“The Centre encourages research and study focused on the corpus of the British Idealists’ writings in relation to themes which are associated with broader issues in the areas of politics, ethics, social and political philosophy, history of ideas, British and Continental political thought, sociology, and social policy. There is no restriction on the methodological and interpretative approaches employed and new innovative interdisciplinary projects of re-assessment, critical examination, and reconstruction of the British Idealists’ philosophy are encouraged. The Collingwood and British Idealism Centre has four main foci, which act as the objectives to be pursued: the moral social and political philosophy of Idealism; society and the individual; varying international perspectives on Idealism and the diverse and powerful influence of Idealism.”

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 11 (2005) to present.

Access Collingwood and British Idealism Studies via the Journal Search or at this link.

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Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology and Heritage Studies

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology and Heritage Studies

From the Project muse website for the journal:

Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology and Heritage Studies is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to traditional, anthropological, social, and applied archaeologies of the Eastern Mediterranean, encompassing both prehistoric and historic periods. The journal’s geographic range spans three continents and brings together, as no academic periodical has done before, the archaeologies of Greece and the Aegean, Anatolia, the Levant, Cyprus, Egypt, and North Africa.”

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 1 (2013) to present.

Access Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology and Heritage Studies via the Journal Search or from the iDiscover record.

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FT.com for the Cambridge reader

Cambridge University Library and the Marshall Library of Economics are delighted to announce that all University of Cambridge members now have access, both within the University and from anywhere in the world, to the Financial Times online direct via the FT‘s website, FT.com.

The Financial Times is the world’s premier newspaper for business and economics.

The FT.com can be accessed on campus direct to https://www.ft.com or off campus via Raven (Shibboleth Single Sign-On) using this link.

Links to the FT.com can be found on the Cambridge LibGuides Databases A-Z, the LibGuide for Newspapers, and via iDiscover.

To get the most out of your access, create an account on FT.com by clicking the “Sign in” link on the FT.com site.  Cambridge users can enter their cam.ac.uk email address and create an account.  After creating your account you can access your FT.com content via the Single Sign-On (SSO) button which will recognise you as a member of the University.

The FT.com App for Android and iOS can be downloaded from the App Store or from Google Play.  For more information see here.

The FT describes itself as “one of the world’s leading news organisations, recognised internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy. It is part of Nikkei Inc., which provides a broad range of information, news and services for the global business community.”

FT.com access significantly enhances the Cambridge reader’s existing access via Factiva and ABI/Inform, providing up-to-the-minute news coverage, all statistical sources and their full visualization online, personalization of content, and companies and markets data.

Studies in Spanish & Latin American Cinemas

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : Studies in Spanish & Latin American Cinemas.

From the Intellect website for the journal:

“Formerly published as Studies in Hispanic Cinemas, the journal is dedicated to the study of the cinemas of Spain, Spanish and Portuguese speaking South, Central and North America, including the Caribbean and Brazil. Our target readership includes students, teachers and scholars. The double-blind peer reviewed journal is written in English and/or Spanish to maximize the opportunities for contact between academic disciplines such as Media, Film Studies, Latin American and Post- colonial Studies, as well as Hispanic Studies, thereby encouraging an inter-cultural and inter-disciplinary focus.”

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 15 (2018) to present.

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OA2020: Some short answers to big questions

A new blog post on OA2020 provides some short answers to big questions.

The open access landscape is highly complex, and the academic community does well to reflect on the ambitions, progress and impact of the many approaches that are working toward an open information environment.

When considering the Open Access 2020 Initiative, some have raised the question of what OA2020 is about. OA2020 is not prescriptive in its approach and embraces any number of strategies aimed at systematically removing our financial investment in the paywall system controlled by the large commercial publishers and shifting those funds to support open access publishing models. For some communities, this might mean engaging in big deal subscription cancellationscommitting a portion of institutional funds toward a scholarly commonspublisher negotiations, or other methods. The common denominator is simply the OA2020 call to divest of the subscription system and invest in open access–whatever that process looks like for your community.

Others have also asked whether negotiating transitional agreements—just one of any number of strategies which align with the overall objectives of OA2020—might perpetuate the dominance of the large commercial publishers and put under-funded researchers at a disadvantage. This question and more have been addressed in a recent blog post which sheds light on the approach, strategies and goals of OA2020. https://oa2020.org/2018/04/17/some-short-answers-to-big-questions/

Re-posted from the LibLicense-L Discussion Forum <LIBLICENSE-L@LISTSERV.CRL.EDU>.