For a forthcoming edited collection Old Traditions & New Technologies: The Pasts, Presents, and Futures of Open Scholarly Communication, I have contributed a chapter entitled ‘Public Libraries and Knowledge Politics’. The pre-print is available online in the E-LIS repository.
This is the text of a talk I gave at the 2018 RLUK conference in March at the British Library. There is a recording of the talk online. I’m going to talk about open access, in the context of a neoliberalised academy, and about ways of thinking about open access that bring the […]
Next month a second Radical Open Access conference will take place in Coventry, themed around an ‘ethics of care’. On the same day, there is a (very expensive) conference about open access policy called ‘Moving Towards Full Open Access in Higher Education‘ happening in London. I will be attending the first of these, and am […]