Attempts to ban frank discussion of our shared national and global past, or to legislate against critical tools of humanistic scholarship, are antithetical to the Association’s core values of intellectual freedom and integrity.
As we address anti-Asian racism in our society as well as intersectional misogynistic violence that is evident in the Atlanta tragedy, humanistic and social sciences scholarship, published by university presses, offers a rigorous foundation for necessary understanding and change.
We commit with renewed vigor to publishing the truth, however uncomfortable, to speaking facts to power, and to advancing knowledges that can help all of us to bring about justice and equity in this world.
Don't miss out!
@ScholarlyPub and @c4disc are hosting "Ensuring Equitable Participation In Open Science" with a great lineup of speakers.
October 21, 2021 | 11:00 am–12:00 pm
The event is free!
Register here: https://sspnet-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_iJle8yqASV-dDEU6Sh5V7A