"In Brooklyn, the arts are fueling a renaissance for residents, bringing communities together, and fostering a more inclusive model of revitalization," writes Mellon's Senior Fellow in Residence Karen Brooks Hopkins.
“There’s a revolution taking place,” says former Senior Program Officer Donald J. Waters. Digital technologies are dramatically expanding and equalizing access to resources in the humanities, he notes, with vast implications for the entire field.
As open access cannot apply to all research, data, and publications, former Senior Program Officer Donald J. Waters offers insight about the Mellon Foundation’s support for a range of increased access to scholarly content.