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Open Insights: Entrevista con Arianna Becerril

Open Insights: Entrevista con Arianna Becerril

Posted by Paula Clemente Vega on 2019-05-15

AmeliCA, Conocimiento Abierto para Latinoámerica y el Sur Global Entrevista con Arianna BecerrilArianna Becerril-García es Profesora-Investigadora titular de la Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Sociales de la Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México. También es Directora Ejecutiva de Redalyc, la Red de Revistas Científicas de América Latina y el Caribe, España y Portugal, y Presidenta de [...]

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Open Insights: An Interview with Arianna Becerril

Open Insights: An Interview with Arianna Becerril

Posted by Paula Clemente Vega on 2019-05-15

AmeliCA, Open Knowledge for Latin America and the Global South An Open Insights interview with Arianna BecerrilArianna Becerril-García is a Professor in the School of Political and Social Sciences at the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico. She is also the Executive Director of Redalyc project (Red de Revistas Científicas de América Latina y El Caribe, España y Portugal) and the [...]

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Launching the OLH Advocacy Network

Launching the OLH Advocacy Network

Posted by Paula Clemente Vega on 2019-01-24

In 2018 the OLH launched the EmpowOA programme, designed to provide scholars and librarians working in the humanities with tools, spaces and cogent arguments about open access. Visitors to the website can now make use of a collection of advocacy resources and read our new Open Insights series featuring interviews and opinion pieces from a rich variety of scholars and librarians within the [...]

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The OLH short-documentary is now online!

The OLH short-documentary is now online!

Posted by Paula Clemente Vega on 2019-01-16

The Open Library of Humanities has been working together with the Derek Jarman Lab to produce a short-video about the OLH. The film, which was launched this week, is an interview-led documentary in which some Open Library of Humanities team members and key partners talk about the platform and discuss open access and the humanities, sustainable publishing models to support open access and the [...]

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Open Insights: An interview with Maurice Erb, Simon Ganahl and Patrick Kilian

Open Insights: An interview with Maurice Erb, Simon Ganahl and Patrick Kilian

Posted by Paula Clemente Vega on 2018-12-17

Le foucaldien: Open access, Interdisciplinary Research and Multilingual Publishing, Challenges and Opportunities.An Open Insights interview with Maurice Erb, Simon Ganahl and Patrick KilianMaurice Erb, Simon Ganahl and Patrick Kilian (University of Zurich) are editors of Le foucaldien, an open access, multi-lingual, and transnational interdisciplinary journal dedicated to research along the lines [...]

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Open Insights: An interview with Leslie Chan

Open Insights: An interview with Leslie Chan

Posted by Paula Clemente Vega on 2018-12-10

Open Access, the Global South and the Politics of Knowledge Production and CirculationAn Open Insights interview with Leslie ChanLeslie Chan is Associate Professor in the Department of Arts, Culture and Media and the Centre for Critical Development Studies at the University of Toronto Scarborough, where he serves as the Associate Director. An early practitioner of the Web for scholarly [...]

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Open Insights: Open Video and the Audiovisual Body

Open Insights: Open Video and the Audiovisual Body

Posted by Paula Clemente Vega on 2018-10-26

An Open Insights essay by Ben SpatzFig 1. Screenshot of  Spatz, B. (2018). Editorial. Journal of Embodied Research, 1(1), 5 (7:55) Ben Spatz is editor of the new videographic Journal of Embodied Research from Open Library of Humanities and the Advanced Methods series from Punctum Books, both open access initiatives that intervene in academic epistemologies at the level of method. They [...]

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Open Insights: An Interview with James Smith

Open Insights: An Interview with James Smith

Posted by Paula Clemente Vega on 2018-10-15

Open Access and Open Data: Perspectives from an Early Career Researcher and OA AdvocateAn Open Insights interview with James SmithDr James L. Smith is an author, editor and former marketing officer for the Open Library of Humanities. He recently started a Postdoctoral Fellowship in the department of geography at Trinity College Dublin within the spatial and environmental humanities. His first [...]

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Open Insights: OA, Career Progression and the Threat of the ‘Generational Fallacy’

Open Insights: OA, Career Progression and the Threat of the ‘Generational Fallacy’

Posted by Paula Clemente Vega on 2018-09-17

An Open Insights essay by Jennifer Edmond Jennifer Edmond is a recovering alt-ac professional recently named to the position of Associate Professor of Digital Humanities at Trinity College Dublin. She is also the President of the Board of Directors of the DARIAH-ERIC, a pan-European research infrastructure for arts and humanities and a member of the European Commission’s Open Science Policy [...]

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Open Insights: What’s to Be Done? Thoughts on Moving the Open Access Conversation Forward

Open Insights: What’s to Be Done? Thoughts on Moving the Open Access Conversation Forward

Posted by Paula Clemente Vega on 2018-08-03

An Open Insights essay by Michael Roy Stephen Buranyi’s piece from last summer “Is the staggeringly profitable business of scientific publishing bad for science?” (short answer: yes) and Jon Tennant’s “Scholarly publishing is broken. Here’s how to fix it” are timely reminders that the open access movement matters to us as a society, that it is a movement that involves fighting against [...]

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Open Insights: An Interview with Caroline Magennis

Open Insights: An Interview with Caroline Magennis

Posted by Paula Clemente Vega on 2018-06-29

#Agreement20: Capturing the 20th Anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement in Open AccessAn  Open  Insights  interview  with Caroline MagennisDr Caroline Magennis is a Lecturer in Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literature at the University of Salford and the Chair of   the British Association for  Irish Studies. She co- organised together with [...]

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OLH Editor Ernesto Priego Speaks on Open Access and the Humanities in Ljubljana

OLH Editor Ernesto Priego Speaks on Open Access and the Humanities in Ljubljana

Posted by Martin Paul Eve on 2018-06-13

On 22 May 2018 the Faculty of Arts of the University of Ljubljana and OpenAIRE National Open Access Desk (NOAD) organised a symposium on the theme of Open Access in the Humanities held at the University of Ljubljana. The conference, which explored the issues involved in the development of research infrastructures in the field of humanities (and, social sciences), was attended by more than 80 [...]

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Open Insights: An Interview with Demmy Verbeke

Open Insights: An Interview with Demmy Verbeke

Posted by James Smith on 2018-05-14

Humanities Open Access: A Future for Researchers and LibrariansAn Open Insights interview with Demmy VerbekeDemmy Verbeke was trained as a Neo-Latinist, receiving his PhD in Classics from KU Leuven in 2005, and was a post-doctoral research fellow at Harvard University (2006-7), the University of Warwick (2007-9) and KU Leuven (2009-12). He joined KU Leuven Libraries in 2012, where he is Head [...]

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Open Insights: An Interview with Jane Winters

Open Insights: An Interview with Jane Winters

Posted by James Smith on 2018-04-30

Open Access and the Archived Web An Open Insights interview with Jane WintersJane Winters is Professor of Digital Humanities at the School of Advanced Study, University of London. She has led or co-directed a range of digital projects, including most recently Big UK Domain Data for the Arts and Humanities; Digging into Linked Parliamentary Metadata; Traces through Time: Prosopography in [...]

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Open Insights: An Interview with Janneke Adema and Sam Moore

Open Insights: An Interview with Janneke Adema and Sam Moore

Posted by James Smith on 2018-04-16

The Radical Open Access Collective: Community, Resilience, CollaborationAn Open Insights interview with Janneke Adema and Sam MooreJanneke Adema and Sam Moore are the authors of a March 2018 UKSG Insights essay entitled Collectivity and collaboration: imagining new forms of communality to create resilience in scholar-led publishing. Today we explore the context behind [...]

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