Tag Archives: free access

Three Jeremiads, by Robert Darnton

A most profound piece by Robert Darnton has just been published by the New York Review of Books. In a not-too-long article Darnton, as the Harvard University Library Director, makes a strong case for open access publishing, given that exorbitant … Continue reading

Posted in libraries | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Renaissance and Reformation journal

Just discovered that Renaissance and Reformation journal, published by Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies, provides permanent free access to its archives from the first issue in 1964 to 2005 (i.e. a 5-year moving wall).  I think this is a very … Continue reading

Posted in libraries | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Vivarium – free online access

Brill kindly offers free online access to the full archive of Vivarium Journal until November 15, 2010, available here. (almost 50 volumes since 1963!) No registration is needed. From Brill’s website: Vivarium is an international journal dedicated to the history … Continue reading

Posted in libraries | Tagged , , | Leave a comment