Scholarship and Scholarly Communication

Dan Cohen, The Social Contract of Scholarly Publishing

David Rieder, Attention, or the Exigence of Excess (response to Cohen, Social Contract)

Jason Baird Jackson, Getting Yourself Out of the Business in Five Easy Steps

Richard S. Lavin, On the Difficulties of Hacking the Academy (response to Getting Yourself Out)

David Parry, Burn the Boats/Books (video), transcript

Dan Cohen, justification behind Digital Humanities now

Mills Kelly, Making Digital Scholarship Count

Tom Scheinfeldt, Thinking the Unthinkable

Larry Cebula, How to Read a Book in One Hour

Chris Kelty, How to Read a (Good) Book in One Hour (nominated by @jasonjackson2)

Jo Guldi, Reinventing the Academic Journal

Alex Juhasz, “Blind” Review: You Can Ask to be Seen!

Alex Juhasz, On Publishing my YouTube “book” on-line

Matthew Wilkens, Critical Text Mining, or Reading Differently

Mark Sample, Loud, Crowded, and Out of Control: A New Model for Scholarly Publishing

Mark Sample, On Hacking and Unpacking My (Zotero) Library

John Unsworth, The Crisis of Audience

Steven Shaviro, Copyright matters (nominated by Jentery Sayers)

David Doria, Creating a Common Research Language

Liliana Loofbourow, Paradise Lost in Word Clouds: What Wordle Says About Milton

Dan Cohen, Open Access Publishing and Scholarly Values

Stephen Ramsay, Open Access Publishing and Scholarly Values (continued)

Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Open Access Publishing and Scholarly Values (part three)

The editors of the journal darkmatter, darkmatter Journal versus Wikipedia: race and the hierarchy of knowledge

Sherman Dorn, An immodest and hopefully obvious proposal for electronic citations

Sherman Dorn, Evil Academic Overlords for Peer-Review Reform

Diane Bowser (?) (@thinkingshop), Open Access Publishing in Philosophy

Tanya Roth, Hacking the Dissertation Process

Anastasia Salter, Rethinking the Humanities Dissertation

David Walbert, Curiosity and the citizen historian

Adam Solove, Digital Publishers Wanted

Jason Baird Jackson, Our Circulatory System (or Folklore Studies Publishing in the Era of Open Access, Corporate Enclosure and the Transformation of Scholarly Societies)

Will Grant, Intimacy and fidelity: situating social media

Mary Churchill, Why Do Academics Write?

Jason Mittell, Why a Book?

Kathleen Fitzpatrick, On Open Access Publishing

Dorothea Salo, I hacked the academy (open access)

Melissa A. Venable, A New Kind of Scholarship?

Tara McPherson, What Color Is Your Scholarship?

Gideon Burton, The Open Scholar

Gideon Burton, Scholarly Communications Must Transform

Toni Prug, Research Threads to replace special issues

Toni Prug, Open-process Academic Publishing

Juan Grigera and Toni Prug, Journal Commons: Open Process Academic Publishing in Practice

Doug Blandy, Interrogating Interpretation

Jeremy Boggs, Why Twitter?

Lee Ann Ghajar, Hacking the Dissertation, Future Tense

Laszlo J. Taba, Cyborg Scholars

Serge Noiret, New portals for new sources and new historians: the European History Primary Sources (EHPS) (PDF)

Bryan Alexander, Academics and social media: a parallel world of open content