We are very happy to announce our new sponsor: Ashgate. Ashgate is a publisher that has consistently promoted work in the Digital Humanities. It has published a number of important works in the field, and has always shown interest in new and innovative ideas.
Ashgate will have a book stall at Interface 2011 where conference attendees may purchase many of their publications.
Ashgate is a leading independent publisher committed to providing the library market with the finest academic scholarship. Each year, Ashgate publishes more than 700 new books, representing the best academic research and professional practice from around the world. Ashgateâ€™s Information and Cultural Management list is growing in response to international demand for new and innovative titles on the management of cultural organizations including the visual and performing arts, museums and heritage institutions, and library and information centres.
Information and Cultural Management titles from Ashgate include a wide range of authoritative texts on key skills in libraries, museums, archives, and heritage institutions. Many of our texts have reached their second, third or even later editions in recognition of their valuable contribution to information and cultural management best practice. The list includes a range of practical and reference books on archives and record management, classification, library planning and design, and museum management, with a heritage management list in development. We also have a particularly strong list of research monographs in library and information science.