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November 6, 2013 – 10:05 am |

Congratulations to special issue editor Alexis Lothian on the launch of Ada, Issue 3: Feminist Science Fiction. The issue features an incredible collection of articles and interviews on feminist science fiction. Tweet it, Facebook it… but, most importantly, read it.
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CFP: Ada, Issue 8, “Gender, Globalization and the Digital”

February 8, 2014 – 11:12 am |
CFP: Ada, Issue 8, “Gender, Globalization and the Digital”

Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology
Issue 8: Gender, Globalization and the Digital
Edited by Adeline Koh and Roopika Risam
We invite contributions to a peer-reviewed special issue that investigates the conditions of women and gender studies within digital spaces and cultures around the world. According to the popular internet …

Public Access Policy for U.S. funded Research

May 24, 2012 – 2:11 pm |
We the people: your voice in our government

Open access advocates have created a White House petition asking the President to consider expanding the Public Access Policy of the NIH http://publicaccess.nih.gov/ to cover all journal articles generated from federally-funded research.
The White House’s petition platform stipulates that any petition receiving more than 25,000 signatures requires a response from the …

#AAAfail & Open Access (at it again)

May 17, 2012 – 8:17 am | 2 Comments

The other day, I took a survey for the American Anthropological Association (I’m a recovering anthropologist) that had to do with the associations’ adminstration “pushing back” (h8rs) against the idea of open access publishing (see here for back story if you’re interested). If you read their overview of open access, …