We chat with Adam Capitanio, Editorial Associate at Berghahn Books, about the issues surrounding open access in academic publishing and the benefits of a powerful PhD network.
QUOTES FROM ADAM
“Open access is the idea that scholars, academics, and university researchers should be able to make their work freely available and open to the public.”
“It’s a fine line to walk because academic publishers, particularly independent publishers, have to make a profit.”
“Open access as issue didn’t exist before the internet.”
“We need to be able to make peace with some of the disruptive trends that are going on in the industry.”
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