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Pyramid Scheme. #hautalk

Ilana Gershon , June 19th, 2018


For people immersed in bureaucratic institutions, like universities, the current ruckus over HAU raises at least one longstanding anthropological question: what kind of organizational structure not on…


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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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Guest Post: An Open Letter from the Former HAU Staff 7

Footnotes Editor , June 13th, 2018


[Footnotes has received the following open letter from “The Former HAU Staff 7.”] This open-letter was written in December 2017 by a collective of former HAU staff in…


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What is the current status of confidentiality and non-disclosure policies at HAU?

Jason Baird Jackson , June 13th, 2018


What is the current status of confidentiality and non-disclosure policies at HAU? Why can’t the policies be published? Those are my questions. This is my context. Alex Golub…


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Open Access, Apathy & Cowardice in academic publishing: An interview w/ Taylor R. Genovese

Ryan , May 28th, 2018


In the previous iteration of this site, I talked a lot about Open Access. The trend continues. For some background, check out this 2009 interview with Colleen Morgan,…


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Europäische Soziologie als „Public Good“. Interview mit Prof. Dr. Frank Welz, Präsident der European Sociological Association (2015-2017)

Eva-Maria , January 29th, 2018


  Frank Welz lehrt Soziologie mit dem Schwerpunkt soziale und politische Theorie an der Fakultät für Soziale und Politische Wissenschaften der Universität Innsbruck. Von 2015 bis September 2017…


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Anthropology & Open Access

philbu , December 19th, 2017


Open Access Logo, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Open_Access_logo_PLoS_white.svg Anthropology and open access or “open anthropology” – selected resources, interviews and com…


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Rivers of the Anthropocene: new (Free!) book now available

jeremy schmidt , November 19th, 2017


This is a great looking new title, available here for free by the University of California Press. Regular UC Press site here. Rivers of the Anthropocene Jason M….


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Launch of Anthropocene Primer: open access platform

jeremy schmidt , October 26th, 2017


OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF DIGITAL OPEN ACCESS PUBLICATION AN ANTHROPOCENE PRIMER, Version 1.0   October 23, 2017 The IUPUI Arts & Humanities Institute is proud to announce the official…


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About that takedown notice from the AAA

Ryan , October 23rd, 2017


Here we go again. If you’re a member of the American Anthropological Association, you should have received an email this past week (10/17) about avoiding copyright infringement. The…


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About that takedown notice from the AAA

Ryan , October 23rd, 2017


Here we go again. If you’re a member of the American Anthropological Association, you should have received an email this past week (10/17) about avoiding copyright infringement. The…


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Framing Sukkot: Tradition and Transformation in Jewish Vernacular Architecture

Jason Baird Jackson , October 3rd, 2017


Just in time for the holiday that is at its center, I am happy to trumpet the publication of Framing Sukkot: Tradition and Transformation in Jewish Vernacular Architecture…


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Perspectives: An Open Access Intro Anthro Textbook

Rex , July 26th, 2017


(This guest post by Nina Brown, Thomas McIlwraith, and Laura Tubelle de González announces the launch of what I believe is the first open access textbook for an introduction to cultural…


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Savage Ears, Anthro Minds: Writing “in my Culture”

This Anthro Life , June 7th, 2017


A podcast and blog walk into a bar… Click the image above to check out the podcast on This Anthro Life This Anthro Life – Savage Minds Crossover…


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Facebook in Papua New Guinea: What Happens When The Net Isn’t Neutral

Rex , May 9th, 2017


If you care about open access, you should care about net neutrality. There are obvious reasons why: After all, there’s  no point in putting your preprints online if…


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The biggest threat to open access is a closed Internet

Rex , April 27th, 2017


Many open access advocates were disappointed (but not surprised) when the American Anthropological Association decided to renew its contract to publish with Wiley, which means that the AAA…


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Remembering Teresia Teaiwa: An Open Access Bibliography

Rex , March 22nd, 2017


Scholars of the Pacific are mourning the loss of Teresia Teaiwa this week. Teresia was an iconic figure in Pacific Studies: A poet and critic, dedicated teacher, and…


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Open Access and Anthro in Community Colleges: HELLZ YES.

Rex , March 16th, 2017


I was originally going to title this post #OA & @SACC : HELLZ YES, but I was afraid that would be too hard to understand. But what isn’t…


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SocArXiv launched

Ryan , February 9th, 2017


Michael Oman-Reagan just reminded me about an important open access project that’s been in the works for a while now: SocArXiv (thanks @OmanReagan!). I believe @socarxiv has the…


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First RAI Photo Salon

Haidy Geismar , January 30th, 2017


Haidy Geismar,  UCL Anthropology and Chair of the R.A.I Photo Committee On December 8, 2016, the Photography Committee of the Royal Anthropological Institute convened its first Photo Salon….


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The role of #openaccess in Trump’s America

Rex , November 10th, 2016


Trump’s victory yesterday was the result of many factors. The politics of academic publishing was hardly an important part of the elections results. Large for-profit publishers like Elsevier and…


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Thank You @iupress for a Great Material Vernaculars Reception at #afsam16

Jason Baird Jackson , October 22nd, 2016


A quick note to convey appreciation for the great staff of the Indiana University Press, especially the work of the press staff who attended the 2016 American Folklore…


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“I know of Malinowski’s despotism”: Mauss to Radcliffe-Brown

Rex , October 21st, 2016


The people who fill our theory readers are real people who lived vibrant, quirky lives.  It is easy to reduce them to a set of ideas or to…


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The Free-to-Readers Edition of Material Vernaculars: Objects, Images, and Their Social Worlds

Jason Baird Jackson , October 1st, 2016


As I discussed in a previous post, works in the Material Vernaculars series are being made available in a free-to-readers PDF edition via IUScholarWorks. The eponymous edited collection Material…


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