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M EDIEVAL P HILOSOPHY and T HEOLOGY My credentials Academic, philosopher Editor of a small scholarly journal My project MPAT’s transition to a new publishing model Independent, online, open access
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W hat do you think of the state of scholarly publishing in your discipline and how did your project address that? W hat impact has your publication and its new mode had on scholars in your field? W hat publishing services do you think scholars in your field need?
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M EDIEVAL P HILOSOPHY and T HEOLOGY Small Editorial staff = me Subscriptions < 500, individuals < 100 Submissions/acceptances = 50/10
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Niche Defined by its historical/disciplinary coverage Non-sectarian, not narrowly historical JHP , HPQ , Archiv für geschichte der philosophie Modern Schoolman , New Scholasticism Medieval Studies , Speculum , Vivarium Distinguished
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History Founded in 1989-90, vol. 1 = 1991 Vols. 1-4: annual, Univ. of Notre Dame Press Vols. 5-11: semi-annual, Cambridge Univ.
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