The Open Commons of Phenomenology

Support an Open Research Infrastructure for Phenomenology

 

Your participation in The Open Commons of Phenomenology will support the development of an online platform which provides Open Access to scholarly materials within the discipline of Phenomenology. This new initiative, led by leading scholars in the field, is building a comprehensive corpus of phenomenological resources to be completed in 2020.

 
 

Why join The Open Commons?

  • Led by renowned Professor Nicolas de Warren and supported by a global board of leading researchers working in the field
  • A non-profit, non-commercial and Open Access platform
  • Digitisation of 300 books in clean OCR-PDF format
  • 30 volumes of the Husserliana edited per year in TEI-XML (the first of which is now available here)
  • 4 journals published
  • A comprehensive Open Access bibliographical index to include the full corpus of phenomenological resources by 2020 (250,000 entries) and include complete bibliographies of leading scholars and historical figures
  • A central digital environment for the structured and streamlined publication and dissemination of historical and current Phenomenology research

  • A social space for phenomenologists to share key aspects of their research
  • Personalised technical and design support for five researchers for three years per institution. This support helps them successfully set up and manage their blogs and conference websites
  • Institutions can contribute $1,230 / €1,000 / £880 per annum for a period of three years
  • • Personalised technical and design support offered to five researchers at your institution for three years
  • This support helps them successfully set up and manage their blogs and conference websites
  • Support the output and impact of your researchers and increase the visibility of the discipline of phenomenology as a whole
  • View the publication plan here
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    If you have any other questions, please contact us, we are happy to help!