[Irtalk] Cultural Anthropology goes fully open access
hilton.gibson at gmail.com
Wed Feb 5 13:06:34 SAST 2014
With the February 2014 issue,
Cultural Anthropology goes fully open access. This means that the journal
is now freely available to anyone anywhere who has access to the Internet
(rather than just those who can afford the fees that allow them to get
behind the paywall of a commercial press), thereby returning publishing to
the commons, where academic life begins. We wish to thank all those who
have expended so much time and labor in making the transition
possible—former CA editors Kim and Mike Fortun, our talented and
indefatigable former and present managing editors Ali Kenner and Tim
Elfenbein, web consultant Ryan Schenk, former Society for Cultural
Anthropology presidents Danilyn Rutherford and Brad Weiss, Oona Schmid at
the American Anthropological Association, members of the OA advisory
committee Jessica Cattelino, Chris Kelty, and Jason Jackson, and Paolo
Mangiafico and Kevin Smith at the Duke University Libraries.
An interesting journal goes open access. There is an article about
"Xenophobia in South Africa", in there.
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