Tag: Neoliberal Patterns

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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Value, Ownership, and Cultural Goods: Regina F. Bendix to Deliver 2016 Richard M. Dorson Memorial Lecture

Jason Baird Jackson , January 23rd, 2016

This is the season’s big lecture. With many heritage studies projects underway, it is a perfect time to welcome Regina back to Bloomington. Here are the details: 2016…

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Open Access at Indiana University Bloomington

Jason Baird Jackson , May 1st, 2014

Richard Poynder doesn’t miss a thing. Indiana University: Library Committee of the Bloomington Faculty Council decides not to recommend active OA policy. http://t.co/kmMkWVaX4G — Richard Poynder…

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Check Out the New Anthropod Podcast on Open Access

Jason Baird Jackson , February 20th, 2014

I really enjoyed listening to the new Anthropod podcast on open access in anthropology. Focusing on the move of Cultural Anthropology to an open access model, hosts Bascom…

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Conflation as Insult (On the Gold Open Access World I Live In)

Jason Baird Jackson , January 15th, 2014

On Savage Minds, Alex Golub very generously celebrates the recent publication of a large quantity of open access journal articles in anthropology and neighboring fields. I wish to…

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Notes on Thoughtfulness in Scholarly Publishing (3): In This, I Support Elsevier

Jason Baird Jackson , December 19th, 2013

[Updated] This series began in the wake of an instance in which I, to the irritation of most observers, questioned a case of self-piracy. Soon thereafter, self-piracy was…

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