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26
Oct

Open in order to . . . be read.

by Kate McDonald, author of Placing Empire: Travel and the Social Imagination in Imperial Japan At UC Press, open access—the free, immediate, unrestricted, online access to peer-reviewed research and scholarly work—is central to …

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25
Oct

The Pitfalls of Predicting Afghan Gender Politics

by Torunn Wimpelmann, author of The Pitfalls of Protection At UC Press, open access—the free, immediate, unrestricted, online access to peer-reviewed research and scholarly work—is central to our mission. In celebration of 2017 International Open …

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25
Oct

Luminos: A Brief History

At UC Press, open access—the free, immediate, unrestricted, online access to peer-reviewed research and scholarly work—is central to our mission. In celebration of 2017 International Open Access Week (October 23-29), we are highlighting open access …

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23
Oct

UC Press and Open Access: A Brief History

At UC Press, open access—the free, immediate, unrestricted, online access to peer-reviewed research and scholarly work—is central to our mission. In celebration of 2017 International Open Access Week (October 23-29), we are highlighting open access …

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23
Oct

Afghanistan’s Islam: Much More Than the Taliban

by Nile Green, author of Afghanistan’s Islam: From Conversion to the Taliban At UC Press, open access—the free, immediate, unrestricted, online access to peer-reviewed research and scholarly work—is central to our mission. In …

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14
Aug

France’s Other State of Emergency

This guest post is published as part of a series related to the American Sociological Association conference from August 12 – 15 in Montreal, Quebec. #ASA17 By Jean Beaman, author of Citizen Outsider: Children of North African …

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