Cultural Anthropology and the Infrastructure of Publishing — Cultural Anthropology 2014-05-23


"This essay is based on an interview conducted by Matt Thompson, portions of which originally appeared on the blog Savage Minds the week after Cultural Anthropology relaunched as an open-access journal.1 Herein, I elaborate on my original comments to provide a nuts-and-bolts account of what has gone into the journal’s transition. I am particularly concerned to lay bare the publishing side of this endeavor—of what it means for a scholarly society to take on publishing responsibilities—since the challenges of publishing, and the labor and infrastructure involved, are invisible to most authors and readers ..."


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Tags: oa.anthropology oa.ssh oa.societies oa.publishers oa.business_models oa.conversions oa.interviews oa.journals

Date tagged:

05/23/2014, 14:55

Date published:

05/23/2014, 10:55