Vol. 29 No. 2 (2014)
By Christopher Kelty
In this interview, we discuss what open access can teach us about the state of the university, as well as practices in scholarly publishing. In particular the focus is on issues of labor and precarity, the question of how open access enables or blocks other innovations in scholarship, the way open access might be changing practices of scholarship, and the role of technology and automation in the creation, evaluation, and circulation of scholarly work.
open access; precarity; labor practices; scholarly publishing; collaboration; automation; technology