Is it time for more historians to re-think scholarly publishing? In what ways can an open-access and an open-source approach to publishing enhance knowledge mobilisation? This ongoing project of NiCHE Digital Infrastructure will explore these questions by collecting content links, resources, thoughts, and reflections on the subjects of copyright, the open-access movement, and scholarly publishing.
As this project begins to find its shape, we’ll start by offering a handful of sources to introduce readers to key texts on these subjects. Take a look and check back soon as we continue to develop this exciting new project.
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Latest posts by Sean Kheraj (see all)
- Nature’s Past Episode 72: What’s Next for Canadian Environmental History? - July 12, 2021
- Nature’s Past Episode 71: Water and Anishinaabe Territory - April 12, 2021
- James Scott: How to Write Like a River - February 28, 2021
- The First Post-War Oil Pipeline Hearings in Canada - February 9, 2021
- 2021 Melville-Nelles-Hoffmann Lecture in Environmental History: Brittany Luby and Chief Lorraine Cobiness - February 8, 2021
- Top 5 Posts of 2020 - January 5, 2021
- Nature’s Past Episode 70: Environmentalism and the Company of Young Canadians - September 2, 2020
- Interview Animalia: An Anti-Imperial Bestiary for Our Times - August 12, 2020
- Nature’s Past Episode 69: Environmental Racism and Canadian History - July 29, 2020
- Whose Nature? Race and Canadian Environmental History - July 7, 2020