Verso la scienza aperta. Riflessioni storiche, attuali

Beatrice Tottossy

Abstract


After twenty years devoted to the digital dimension of scientific communication and the setting up of open access publishing, the Florentine scholarly community in the field of Italian and foreign languages and literatures, now presents open science i.e. the responsibility of the scholarly publishing community in managing fully open access publishing formats addressing a hermeneutic circle open to the convergence of data and discussion of research in philology and text interpretation, intermediality and interculture, as well as historical and comparative investigation of literary and linguistic culture. The functional characteristics of this hermeneutic circle are an international perspective and the intrinsic potential of turning the double-blind peer review into an open and annotated peer review.


Keywords


open access and open peer review in the HSS; open science; responsibility of the scholarly publishing community; the values of knowledge infrastructure

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/LEA-1824-484x-24457



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