Arts & Humanities

10 Jahre Open-Access-Bücher bei De Gruyter: Frédérique Renno und ihr Gewinnertitel „Die deutschsprachige weltliche Liedkultur um 1600”

Frédérique Renno erforscht den ästhetischen Wandel von Dichtung und Musik um 1600 – außerdem ist sie eine der Gewinnerinnen unseres Open-Access-Wettbewerbs. Im Kurzinterview stellt sie sich und ihr neues Buch vor.

Business & Economics

The CHIPS and Science Act: Why the USA Invests $52.7 Billion in Its Semiconductor Industry

Whether in mobile phones, data centers, or cars – microchips are everywhere, and ongoing shortages affect countless industries worldwide. To boost innovation in the United States, Joe Biden recently signed the $280bn CHIPS and Science Act 2022, of which a large part, $52.7bn, is earmarked for the semiconductor industry. What justifies such an enormous government investment in one industry?

Arts & Humanities

Elisa Cuter, Guido Kirsten and Hanna Prenzel on “Precarity in European Film”

In our latest book talk we explore questions of precarity in European cinema. What exactly does precarity mean? Is class still a relevant issue today? And can we identify common themes in films selected from across Europe? To find out, we sat down with the three editors of “Precarity in European Film.”

Academia & Publishing

How to Fund an Open Access Article

There are many ways to finance the Open Access publication of your research article. If you need more clarity on the different publishing models and funding options, we’re here to help!