This reading group accompanies the Commoning the Means of Knowledge Production research theme at the Centre for Postdigital Cultures. In response to the ongoing enclosure of knowledge infrastructures and services, we will discuss ways to reimagine the relationalities of academic publishing and how to experiment with open, not-for-profit, community-led models based on care and custodianship instead.
Our website with more information on the readings and practicalities: https://cmkp.hcommons.org/
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Virtual meeting room at: http://webinar.coventry.ac.uk/cpc-reading-groups/ (Username of your choice, password: CPCReading20 )
Amrute, Sareeta ‘Of Techno-Ethics and Techno-Affects’, Feminist Review 123, no. 1 (1 November 2019): 56–73, https://doi.org/10.1177/0141778919879744.
Tobias Steiner uploaded the file: Let’s First Get Things Done! On Division of Labour and Techno-Political Practices of Delegation in Times of Crisis to Commoning the Means of Knowledge Production on Humanities Commons 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Aouragh, Miriyam, Seda Gürses, Jara Rocha, and Femke Snelting. 2015. ‘Let’s First Get Things Done! On Division of Labour and Techno-Political Practices of Delegation in Times of Crisis’. The Fibreculture Journal, no. 26.
Puig de la Bellacasa, Maria (2012) ‘Nothing Comes Without Its World: Thinking with Care’ The Sociological Review
What is the significance of caring for thinking and knowing? Thinking and knowing are essentially relational processes. Grounded on a relational conception of ontology the essay argues that ‘thinking with care’ is a vital requisi…[Read more]
Meagher, K. (2021), Introduction: The Politics of Open Access — Decolonizing Research or Corporate Capture?. Development and Change. https://doi.org/10.1111/dech.12630
This introductory article looks beyond the conventional framing of open ac-cess (OA) debates in terms of paywalls and copyrights, to examine the his-torical processes, i…[Read more]
Janneke Adema uploaded the file: Shearer, Kathleen, & Becerril-García, Arianna. (2021, January 7). Decolonizing Scholarly Communications through Bibliodiversity. Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4423997 to Commoning the Means of Knowledge Production on Humanities Commons 9 months, 3 weeks ago
This short form article was originally accepted to be published in a Special Open Access Collection in the journal, Development and Change, however, was withdrawn by the authors due to unacceptable licensing conditions proposed by the publisher.
Diversity is an important characteristic of any healthy ecosystem. In the field of scholarly…[Read more]
Albornoz, Denise, Angela Okune, and Leslie Chan. ‘Can Open Scholarly Practices Redress Epistemic Injustice?’ In Reassembling Scholarly Communications: Histories, Infrastructures, and Global Politics of Open Access, edited by Martin Paul Eve and Jonathan Gray. The MIT Press, 2020. https://doi.org/10.7551/mitpress/11885.001.0001