Free Budrich content available via JSTOR’s new Schomburg Reading List

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Since early 2021, JSTOR has partnered with the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture to make content on the topics of antiracism and the Black Experience available free of charge in a section of its Open Library.

For the Schomburg Reading List Project, 163 publishers from around the world have made content on the topics of anti-racism and Black Experience available for free – a total of 2,723 book chapters and journal articles have been uploaded to the Open Library. The project has met with great interest in recent months, and the website has recorded high numbers of hits on the uploaded scholarly articles, which are accessible free of charge.

We at Verlag Barbara Budrich are very pleased to have been able to contribute to this important project of our partner by uploading an anthology contribution.

 

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3D Cover Diversity ManagementEike Marten: Can diversity be decolonized?: Or: why diversity is not an empty signifier

In: Diversity Management und seine Kontexte: Celebrate Diversity?! by Wiebke Frieß, Anna Mucha, and Daniela Rastetter (eds.)

 

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