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Open Access: The Humanities


Not to be confused with, hprints is an Open Access repository aiming at making scholarly documents from the Arts and Humanities and Social Sciences openly available to the widest possible academic audience. It is the first of its kind in the Nordic Countries for the Humanities and Social Sciences.

hprints is a tool by which researchers can share their scholarly documents. Scholars can upload full-text research material such as articles, papers, conference papers, book chapters etc. The content of the posted material should be comparable to that of a scientific paper that a scholar would submit for publication in for example a peer-reviewed academic journal.


  • Gutenberg-e
    Open Access site run by Columbia University Press. 

    "These award winning monographs, coordinated with the American Historical Association, afford emerging scholars new possibilities for online publications, weaving traditional narrative with digitized primary sources, including maps, photographs, and oral histories. The American Council of Learned Societies also carry Gutenberg-e titles on their Humanities E-Book platform."
  • HyperHistory
    "HyperHistory is an expanding scientific project presenting 3,000 years of world history with an interactive combination of synchronoptic lifelines, timelines, and maps."

  • Talking History
    collection of audios of speeches, debates, oral histories and documentaries produced by tthe University at Albany, SUNY.
  • Southern Oral History Program
    more than 4,000 interviews of prominent southerners

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