Tag: Digital Projects

What is the Museum Anthropology Review Business (Labor) Model?

Jason Baird Jackson , June 17th, 2018


Alternate title: How to give away $99,000 worth of articles. Although it has become normalized in open access/scholarly publication reform discussions to speak in this way, it often…


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An Interview with Jessica Richardson Smith, Museum Anthropologist and Research Services Librarian at the Historical Society of Washington, D.C.

Jason Baird Jackson , November 14th, 2016


Jessica Richardson Smith is the Research Services Librarian at the Historical Society of Washington, D.C. She pursued three majors—Anthropology, Latin and Greek, and Geology for her Indiana University…


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Reflections on The Mind is a Collection

Jason Baird Jackson , September 23rd, 2016


On September 22, 2016 Indiana University’s Center for Eighteenth Century Studies held the 2016 Kenshur Prize celebration at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures. The museum was an…


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The Digital Future of Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences

Jason Baird Jackson , February 21st, 2016


What follows is an open letter of invitation written by Mike Fortun in connection with an upcoming meeting of the Digital Practices in History and Ethnography Interest Group…


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Scholarly Communication Postdoctoral Fellowship at UC Davis

Jason Baird Jackson , March 22nd, 2014


Circulated on behalf of a colleague… A new UC Davis initiative on “Innovating the Communication in Scholarship” (http://icis.ucdavis.edu/) is hiring a 2 year postdoctoral fellow, sta…


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