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Over the course of the last year I’ve been very excitedly following the developments at the University of Michigan Press, as the press became an academic unit housed within the library, and then developed a very forward-looking collaborative strategy called MPublishing, bringing together the strengths of the press and the library’s digital publishing services group.

I’ve been paying close attention to these developments not just because of their implications for Planned Obsolescence, but also because I’m a member of the advisory board for a new series being planned by the press focusing on groundbreaking work in digital humanities. Now, UM and HASTAC have jointly announced a new publication prize associated with the series.

I’m thrilled to be involved in this project, and look forward to seeing the work that it fosters.

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