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Editors’ Choice: Hypotheses, a Multilingual Platform for Academic Blogging

The aim of this article is to show, based on the experience of an academic blogging platform, how new modes of scholarly communication enable us to approach multilinguism in research from a technical and editorial perspective. To do this, I will draw on the example of Hypotheses, a platform of humanities and social science research blogs (carnets de recherche) established and developed by the Centre for Open Electronic Publishing in Marseille. By considering the different stages involved in managing the multiple languages of the platform’s users – both readers and bloggers – I will show how the infrastructure has chosen to respond to the issues of multilinguism in research.

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