'The Access Principle'

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Paying for information? In print? That's a model that's just so early 20th century, according to The Access Principle: The Case for Open Access to Research and Scholarship, published last week by MIT Press.

Anonymous Power

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Scholars debate fairness of shielding identities of those who review tenure candidates and journal submissions.

Easy Targets

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Literary scholars discuss why the mainstream press tends to treat them with disdain -- and reporters weigh in.

What the Press Editors Want

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Material culture, American lit, and media studies are all in. Theory and monographs -- not so much.

Radical Change for Tenure

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MLA panel outlines plan to end monograph "fetishization," create agreements between departments and new hires, and rethink evaluation process.

Research Freedom v. National Security

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A government sponsored committee discusses biological studies after  9/11.

Scientific Discourse or Prior Restraint?

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Researchers sought to hold up publication of a study on logging and forest regeneration they say is flawed.

The King and Yale University Press

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Thai government, angry over critical biography of monarch, blocks access to publisher's Web site.

Cut Off and Quickly Restored

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Federal agency suspends funds for a controversial logging study, citing concerns over lobbying, then reverses itself.

Copy Cat Copy Case

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Publishers allege copyright violations against Florida copy shop owner for second time since 2002.


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