Navigating Humanities and Social Sciences Consolidation in Scholarly Publishing
Sponsored by De GruyterRecorded on 09/26/2023
Posted in Scholarly Communication and Research
Join this free, 90-minute webinar to learn what consolidation challenges HSS independent and university press publishers face.
This webinar centers on the notable trends observed in Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) publishing, focusing on sustainability and consolidation. Drawing inspiration from the Scholarly Kitchen article “Will Humanities and Social Sciences Publishing Consolidate?,” this webinar explores the challenges of efficiently operating a sustainable publishing enterprise, particularly in an era marked by uncertain revenue streams.
As a result, many publishers within the HSS sector are actively pursuing alternative sources of income or exploring collaborations involving shared infrastructure to improve distribution and publishing services.
To shed light on these trends and foster an insightful conversation, a panel of esteemed experts will first deliver their insights based on market research from HSS scholarly publishers and then engage in an open dialogue regarding their interpretation of these market dynamics.
Richard FisherAcademic and Policy Correspondent, Independent Publishers Guild; Former Academic MD of Cambridge UP and Deputy Chairman of Yale UP
Peter BerkeryExecutive Director The Association of University Presses
Mary FrancisDirectorUniversity of Pennsylvania Press
Jon Elwell, GOBISenior Vice President of BooksEBSCO
Michael ZeoliDirector, Publisher PartnershipsDe Gruyter
Peter PotterVice President, Publishing ServicesDe Gruyter
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