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Opening Anthropology: An interview with Keith Hart (Part 3 of 3)

This interview is part of an ongoing series about open access (OA), publishing, communication, and anthropology.  The first interview in this series was with Jason Baird Jackson (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3).  The second interview, with Tom Boellstorff, is here.  The third installment of this OA series is with Keith Hart. (See Part 1  here, [...]

Opening Anthropology: An interview with Keith Hart (Part 2 of 3)

This interview is part of an ongoing series about open access (OA), publishing, communication, and anthropology.  The first interview in this series was with Jason Baird Jackson (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3).  The second interview, with Tom Boellstorff, is here.  The third installment of this OA series is with Keith Hart.  See Part 1 [...]

Opening Anthropology: An interview with Keith Hart (Part 1 of 3)

This interview is part of an ongoing series about open access (OA), publishing, communication, and anthropology.  The first interview in this series was with Jason Baird Jackson (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3).  The second interview, with Tom Boellstorff, is here.  The third installment of this OA series is with Keith Hart. Ryan Anderson: Thanks [...]

Anthropology & Open Access: An Interview with Jason Baird Jackson (Part 3 of 3)

This is the last segment of this three part interview with Jason Baird Jackson about anthropology and open access. See Part 1 here, and Part 2, here. Ryan Anderson: I think this last point you make about the direct role that faculty and graduate students play in all this is really important. We all have [...]

How many scholars are copyright pirates of their own work?

Ryan Anderson has been interviewing anthropologist Jason Baird Jackson about open access publication ("Anthropology & Open Access: An Interview with Jason Baird Jackson (Part 2 of 3)". I like his description of the coordinated action...Show More Summary

Anthropology & Open Access: An Interview with Jason Baird Jackson (Part 2 of 3)

See Part 1 of this interview, here. Ryan Anderson: So what are the major stumbling blocks holding up a transition to Open Access in your view? What’s keeping most people from making this jump? Lastly, what do you think about the system employed by the Social Science Research Network (SSRN) where authors can post working [...]

Anthropology & Open Access: An Interview with Jason Baird Jackson (Part 1 of 3)

During the last few weeks I had the chance to conduct and email based interview with Jason Baird Jackson about Open Access (OA), academic publishing, and anthropology… Ryan Anderson: Thanks for doing this interview, Jason. My first question is really basic: What IS open access all about, and how is it any different from standard [...]

Looking for pseudo-books

Jason Baird Jackson posts some insights on how traditional journals can turn to open access tools (if not become open access), and how a startup online journal can strategize archiving for permanence: "Genres Leak, Being a Reflection on Michael E. Show More Summary

First Issue: Canadian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences is Live

Open access is a hot topic for academics. Recently, SavageMinds has raised questions about the ethical use of pdfs. Jason Baird Jackson has pleaded passionately (and frequently) for more open access books and journals. And, Quentin Mackie has reminded us of the utility of a great regional journal like BC Studies, which has recently open [...]

Dell Hymes (1927-2009)

I woke up this morning to receive the following notice in my inbox: Last Friday our distinguished colleague Dell Hymes passed away peacefully in his sleep. It hasn’t yet been reported in the newspapers, but Jason Baird Jackson has a post speaking to Hymes’ contribution in the fields of anthropology and folklore: Dell Hymes was a [...]

Savage Minds Around the Web

I’m always down for recognizing the invisible labor of academics, but even better is doing something about it. Jason Baird Jackson’s post, “Getting Yourself Out of the Business in Five Easy Steps,” identifies the problem: If you have (1) done peer-reviews for, (2) submitted an article to, (3) written a book or media review for, [...]

Happy 100 Claude!

Happy 100th from Savage Minds! NY Times Jason Baird Jackson Chronicle Review The Independent And many more links at Anthropologi.info.

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