[Open-access] The best writing defending open access in the humanities
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Have a look at Cameron Neylon's thoughtful and challenging Dec 2012 blog post in the wake of Finch
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From: open-access [mailto:open-access-bounces at lists.okfn.org] On Behalf Of Mike Taylor
Sent: 31 January 2014 12:00
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Subject: Re: [Open-access] The best writing defending open access in the humanities
Hi, Victoria. Your message did get through, I think it unfortunately just didn't attract any replies!
The best person to talk to about OA advocacy in the humanities is probably Martin Eve, who is involved in the Open Library of Humanities project and has written extensively on OA from the HSS perspective.
You can reach him on <martin at martineve.com>; if I know him, he'll be happy to help you out.
On 30 January 2014 14:22, Victoria Scott <victoriahfscott at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello! I sent a post yesterday, but it does not seem to have gotten
> throug for some reason. Please find it below. Please let me know if
> there was a particular reason it was not posted.
> Many thank yous,
> On Wed, Jan 29, 2014 at 9:51 AM, Victoria Scott
> <victoriahfscott at gmail.com>
>> I am new here, so apologies if this question has been raised previously.
>> I would like to read
>> the best writing defending open access in the humanities and I was
>> wondering if people had some suggestions...
>> Many thank yous,
>> Victoria HF Scott
>> Theodore Randall International Chair in Art and Design Alfred
>> University The Art History Guild
> Theodore Randall International Chair in Art and Design
> Alfred University
> The Art History Guild
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