Opening Access Symposium

April 05, 2019
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Symposium: Opening Access: Writing, Reviewing, and Editing in the Social Sciences and Humanities

April 5-7, 2019

Simon Fraser University, Harbour Centre, 515 West Hastings Street, Vancouver

With changing funding requirements and growing public demand, Open Access Publishing is becoming part of the mainstream. But is removing paywalls enough to open up scholarly publishing? This symposium brings together journal editors based at SFU with editors of US and Canadian journals who are working to remove barriers to publishing and reading social sciences and humanities research. Themes addressed include work with multilingual and bilingual authors and audiences, sustaining relationships with stakeholder communities, promoting writing in multiple genres, and multimodal communication.

Organizing Team: Michael Hathaway, Sonja Luehrmann, Kathleen Millar, Stacy Pigg, Gaelle Planchenault

April 5, 6-8pm, HC 7000

Round Table: Open Access Publishing and Social Knowledge With Heather Paxson (MIT), Juan Pablo Alperin (SFU), Donald Taylor (SFU), Mark Turin (UBC).
Moderator: Kevin Stranack (SFU/Public Knowledge Project)

April 6, HC 2270: Panels

9.30 am – 12 noon | Cultures of Publishing and Peer Review
1 – 3 pm | Journals and their Audiences
3.30 - 5.30 pm | Multimodal Publishing and Audiovisual Technology

April 7, HC 2270: Panels

9.30am – 12 noon | Multilingual and Bilingual Publishing for Global Audiences
1 – 3 pm | Closing comments and discussion

Full Program Details HERE

Join current and former editors of American Anthropologist, American Ethnologist, Anthropologica, Anthropologie et sociétés, Anthropology of Work Review, BC Studies, Canadian Journal of Development Studies, Canadian Slavonic Papers, Cultural Anthropology, De Voix vives, Himalaya, Northern Review, Performance Matters, and other publications.

The event is free but registration is required as space is limited.

REGISTER HERE

Sponsored by:
SFU Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, SFU Library, SFU Publishing, Office of Francophone and Francophile Affairs, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Department of French, Department of English, Department of History, School of International Studies, Canadian Anthropology Society/Société canadienne d’anthropologie, American Ethnological Society, Department of Anthropology (UBC).

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