In this video, members of the Lever Press faculty editorial board talk about how the press' commitments to platinum open access, digitally native scholarship, and the mission and ethos of liberal arts colleges help scholars in the humanities and social sciences publish long-form scholarship in the humanities and social sciences.
Residential liberal arts colleges have been significantly impacted by COVID-19. In March of 2020, nearly all small colleges rapidly depopulated their dormitories, quickly shifted to teaching courses online, and began conducting campus operations remotely. The authors of Faculty as Global Learners: Off-Campus Study Leaders at Liberal Arts Colleges [coming soon from Lever Press] and creators of the podcast “Postcard Pedagogy” offer some suggestions for how colleges can deliver global learning experiences during a global pandemic.
Published June 11th, 2020
In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, Lever Press author Jeff Frank reflects on the ability of liberal education to cultivate morale and argues that being a presence for students is more important now than ever.
Published April 1st, 2020
Lever representatives will be attending the following events. Email us if you'd like to meet up.
Meet up with us at the 108th Annual CAA Conference
Find us in Boston at the 51st Annual NEMLA
Lever Press will be in Chicago for the ACLA Meeting this March
We'll be at George Washington University for the 10th Annual Ethics in Publishing Meeting
Meet up with us in Worchester during 2020's LPF
Lever Press staff will be in Seattle for 2020's AUP Meeting