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Issue Brief
October 28, 2020

Scholarly Societies in the Age of COVID

As membership organizations with revenues typically derived from a combination of publications, meetings, and dues, scholarly societies have faced distinctive challenges, as well as opportunities, in navigating the pandemic. To explore these, we spoke with chief executives and chief publishing officers at 12 large and small societies, some focused on the humanities and social sciences, others on the STEM fields. We were interested in how the various sources of activity and value for scholarly societies were being impacted…
Past Event
November 4, 2011

I Hear The Train A Comin’

12th Annual Charleston Vendor Showcase Speakers: Greg Tananbaum, Founder and CEO, Anianet, Owner and Operator, ScholarNext; Kevin Guthrie, President, ITHAKA; Anne Kenney, Carl A. Kroch University Librarian, Cornell University Location: Francis Marion Hotel, Carolina Ballroom (Overflow Seating in Gold Ballroom on 2nd floor) In each issue of Against the Grain, Greg Tananbaum’s Train column explores what’s around the bend on the scholarly communications track. Join us as Kevin Guthrie, President of ITHAKA, and Anne Kenney, University Librarian at Cornell, engage…