Of Interest to the Information Community
Reassembling Scholarly Communications: Histories, Infrastructures, and Global Politics of Open Access | Books Gateway | MIT Press https://t.co/m7HvIPFHGb— Jill ONeill (@jillmwo) October 20, 2020
Among others, the book includes chapters by:
- April Hathcock, Preserving the Past for the Future: Whose Past? Everyone’s Future
- John Holmwood, Open Access, “Publicity,” and Democratic Knowledge
- Bethany Nowviskie, Libraries, Museums, and Archives as Speculative Knowledge Infrastructure
- Istvan Rev, Accessing the Past, or Should Archives Provide Open Access?
- Charlotte Roh, Harrison W. Inefuku, and Emily Drabinski, Scholarly Communications and Social Justice
- Dorothea Salo, Is There a Text in These Data? The Digital Humanities and Preserving the Evidence
- Maura Smale, Libraries and Their Publics in the United States
- John Willinsky, When The Law Advances Access to Learning: Locke and the Modern Origins of Copyright
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