Janneke Adema explores in her paper the relationship between openness and experimentation in scholarly publishing, outlining how open access in specific has enabled a reimagining of its forms and practices. Whilst Adema emphasises that this relationship is far from guaranteed, through the concept of scholarly poethics she speculates on how we can forge a connection between the doing of scholarship and its political, ethical and aesthetical elements.
|Title of host publication
|The Poethics of Scholarship
|Post Office Press
|Place of Publication
|Post Office Press and Rope Press
|Number of pages
|Published - 26 Jun 2018
|Radical Open Access II : The Ethics of Care - Coventry University, Coventry, United Kingdom
Duration: 26 Jun 2018 → 27 Jun 2018
|Radical Open Access II - The Ethics of Care
|Post Office Press, Rope Press, Open Humanities Press, Memory of the World, Culture Machine, meson press, Mattering Press, punctum books
|Radical Open Access II
|26/06/18 → 27/06/18
Bibliographical noteThis pamphlet is published in a series of 7 as part of the Radical Open Access II – The Ethics of Care conference, which took place June 26-27 at Coventry University. More information about this conference and about the contributors to this pamphlet can be found at: http://radicaloa.co.uk/conferences/ROA2
This pamphlet was made possible due to generous funding from the arts and humanities research studio, The Post Office, a project of Coventry University’s Centre for Postdigital Cultures and due to the combined efforts of authors, editors, designers and printers.
© Post Office Press, papers by respective Authors.
This is an open access pamphlet, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) license.
Design by: Mihai Toma, Nick White and Sean Worley
Printed by: Rope Press, Birmingham
- Scholarly Poethics
- Ethics of care
- Experimental publishing
- Open access
- Radical Open Access
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Cultural Studies