Posts Tagged ‘ academic publishing ’

Shed some light on conspiracies!

Jan 31st, 2012 | By

Bob Blaskiewicz’s article “Engineering Truth” was published in the magazine, Skeptical Inquirer, in September 2011. An expanded version, “You Can’t Handle the Truthiness: A Night Out with the 9/11 Truth Community” appears on their website. Also read Bob’s new regular column — “The Conspiracy Guy” — for Skeptical Inquirer‘s website. Tweet This Post



Regina Martin and the Specters of Romance

Jan 28th, 2012 | By

In September, Regina Martin, second-year Brittain Fellow, had a new article published: “Specters of Romance: The Female Quixote and Domestic Fiction,” The Eighteenth-Century Novel 8 (2011). Tweet This Post



5 Things Everyone Should Know About Copyright and Open Access

Nov 17th, 2010 | By

To mark Open Access week, on Thursday, October 21, Georgia Tech’s Library and Information Center sponsored a panel, “Expanding the Reach of Your Research: An Open Forum on Authorship and Your Intellectual Property.” Evans Harrell (School of Sciences, Mathematics) facilitated, and TyAnna Herrington Tweet This Post