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This @mitpress@twitter.com book (in OA!!!!) provides a different set of perspectives on the history of scholarly communications and questions the dominant narrative of the emergence of .
Edited by @martin_eve@twitter.com and @jwyg@twitter.com
direct.mit.edu/books/book/4933

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