Episode 95 – MLA, AHA, and Aaron Swartz

1 February, 20132 comments

One episode closer to the century mark, Amanda, Dan, Mills, and Tom welcome Kathleen Fitzpatrick and Tim Carmody for a debriefing on digital developments at the annual meetings of the MLA and AHA and a discussion of the tragic suicide of programmer and activist Aaron Swartz.

Links mentioned on the podcast:

Dan Cohen, Digital History at the 2013 AHA Meeting
Mark Sample, Digital Humanities at MLA 2013
MLA Commons
Aaron Swartz (Wikipedia)
Tim Carmody, Memory to myth: tracing Aaron Swartz through the 21st century

Running time: 58:04
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Categorized under conferences, copyright, digital humanities, intellectual property, journals, JSTOR, law, libraries, open access

2 comments to “Episode 95 – MLA, AHA, and Aaron Swartz”

  1. Michael Ullyot : 4th February, 2013

    Thanks for the shout-out, Amanda! I’m just catching up on this today (4 Feb).

    Here’s a post based on the MLA paper you mentioned:

  2. What We’re Reading: February 7, 2013 | American Historical Association : 10th June, 2013

    […] MLA, AHA, and Aaron Swartz In their latest podcast, Digital Campus contributors (Amanda French, Dan Cohen, Mills Kelly, and Tom Scheinfeldt) compare the AHA and MLA meetings, noting the integration of digital topics, as well as some “tensions” at the AHA meeting over open access. […]

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