It all began with a Symposium, Tech Gets Medieval, in 2012, during which we gathered to see if medieval culture might have a place at one of the nation's premier tech universities. Then, in 2013, we received funding from the Provost's Office for a GT Fire project, Past Present: Resonances of Medieval and Early Modern Culture in Atlanta. And in 2014, we hosted the 29th International Congress on Medievalism at Georgia Tech. Interested in joining us? Get in touch.
Thursday, November 13, 2014
Open Access in the Academy, and What it Means for Medievalism Studies
Open Access in the Academy, a roundtable at the 29th Intl. Conference on Medievalism, Georgia Tech, October 2014, with Thomas Hahn (Rochester), Kevin J. Harty (La Salle), Leah Haught (LMC/Georgia Tech), J. Britt Holbrook (SPP/Georgia Tech), Fred Rascoe (Library/Georgia Tech), Paul Sturtevant (Smithsonian & publicmedievalist.com), Jesse G. Swan (Northern Iowa), Robin Wharton (Georgia State), and Richard Utz (LMC/Georgia Tech], is now available online at Georgia Tech's SmarTech repository in multiple versions.