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The HAT Archive is now available for institutions

Exact Editions is pleased to announce, in conjunction with Denford Publishing, the launch of The HAT Archive, a brand-new digital resource available now for institutions. Archived since its very first issue in 1999 up until 2017, subscribers will have access to over 70 back issues spanning 18 years, documenting the evolution of the hat trade for over two decades.

The HAT Archive opens the door to the world of ‘HATS’, where readers can learn and understand how all those … Keep Reading

Crack Magazine joins Exact Editions

Exact Editions is delighted to announce independent music title, Crack Magazine, is available now to institutions. A subscription would give readers access to wealth of back issues that go all the way back to October 2012, spanning 8 years and including over 80 issues.

Crack Magazine is a monthly independent music and culture magazine distributed across Europe. Founded in Bristol in 2009 by Jake Applebee and Thomas Frost, it is now Europe’s biggest independent music publication. 

Across 10 years … Keep Reading

The Journal of Australian Ceramics joins Exact Editions

Exact Editions is delighted to announce it has partnered with The Australian Ceramics Association to bring the brand new, fully searchable archive of its publication, The Journal of Australian Ceramics, on to its digital platform, available for individual and institutional subscriptions now. The growing archive currently includes 17 back issues for readers to explore.

Archive spans 5 years, going back to 2015

The Journal of Australian Ceramics is Australia’s most widely read tri-annual contemporary ceramics magazine. Formerly known as Pottery … Keep Reading

American Philosophical Association Partners with Exact Editions

Exact Editions is pleased to announce a partnership with the blog of of the American Philosophical Association (APA) and several academic publishing houses. The new project involves digitising philosophy books written by the APA authors and posting time-limited links to the complete books online through Exact Editions’ innovative Reading Room technology.

The books’ digital editions will be linked from the APA blog and accessible in their entirety for the specified period. Each title benefits from a comprehensive search function and … Keep Reading

A preview/review service for new philosophy titles

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Five books instantly linked from the APA Blog

The APA Blog plans to showcase new books on a regular basis using the Exact Editions method of Reading Rooms. Its first blog provides direct links to five books from Open Book Publishers that will be fully accessible via their Exact Editions Reading Rooms for the rest of September. Here is a link to one of the books

http://bit.ly/MetaEthicsfromaFirstPerson

Catherine Wilson’s Metaethics from a First Person Standpoint, a book which  shows … Keep Reading

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