Radical Open Access in the Humanities

Gary Hall; Carlos J. Alonso

Radical Open Access in the Humanities
Hall, Gary
Alonso, Carlos J.
Interviews and roundtables
Scholarly Communication Program, Center for Digital Research and Scholarship, Libraries and Information Services
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Discover why open access is not only a viable option for the humanities, but a revolutionary one. Though more widely recognized in the sciences, open access publishing is well established in the humanities and continues to break new ground. Open Humanities Press co-founder Gary Hall considers open access initiatives in the humanities and discusses their implications for our notions of academic authorship, the book, content creation, and publication. Gary Hall is a professor of Media and Performing Arts at Coventry University and author of Digitize This Book! The Politics of New Media, or Why We Need Open Access Now. He is co-founder of the Open Humanities Press (OHP), founding co-editor of the open access journal Culture Machine, and editor of the OHP series Culture Machine Liquid Books.
Intellectual property
Higher education
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Gary Hall, Carlos J. Alonso, 2010, Radical Open Access in the Humanities, Columbia University Academic Commons, http://hdl.handle.net/10022/AC:P:14222.

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